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Rattling/grinding when I break on reverse

When I reverse and hit the breaks there is this huge rattling/grinding noise coming from the front. Checked the break fluid and it's full. What can this be? Thanks

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SOURCE: WHATS THAT RATTLING??!!

  1. check exhaust sys.:heat shields,hangers,catalytic converters

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SOURCE: 2001 lincoln ls v8 i have a rattling noise coming

hi if it's coming from the water pump then it's the water pump but to be sure you can use a piece of garden hose and put it close to where you hear the noise and listen to it through the hose

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SOURCE: driver's side rear wheel leaking brake fluid and

the fluid is most likely a leaking shock absorber. the rattling is the loss of fluid charge and most likely occurs going over bumps. I recommend that both be replaced.

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It may be a strut plate or bumper for the strut in the upper mount area, this is common.

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SOURCE: My Navigator makes a rattling noise at startup and

if rattling sounds like you have a bad pulley bearings on pulley going out pop hood and look at belt with running see if it is moving correctly not going in a back and forth motion like warped llook at pulleys see if they are displaced

Posted on Sep 15, 2010

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