Question about 2011 Lincoln MKX
Loud nosie when car shifts from braking to gas
You are lucky you are driving a Lincoln. They historically have longer Warranty periods for free repairs.
This can be one of a number of things. The mounts for the undercarraige to the body may be loose. The motor mounts can be bad, the Trans can be worn. The Torque Converter lock-up can be worn. Brake calipers could be sticking.
Sometimes the Torque converter engagements are electronically controlled and adjustable through a computer hookup.
Some parts are Warrantied longer if they are covered by pollution regulations, but the Lincoln product had longer Warranties than the cheaper products so investigate with a Lincoln Dealer. There may be Service bulletins for a common defect that is a free fix.
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Posted on Dec 01, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check the sway bar kinks for play both rear wheels will have to even ramps work good if you have them if the is any play in the links it wil rattle also check for play in the bushings that the bar goes threw tis will also give you the noise you complain of
Posted on May 28, 2009
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