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Faint roughness in engine above 65 MPH, goes away when coasting

At first I thought wheel bearing was going out, but no noise when braking or coasting only when under power above 65 mph. Possibly serpentine belt wheel?

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Check emissions controls for leaks then fuel filter as you may be loosing fuel pressure..

Posted on Dec 27, 2013

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SOURCE: engine power slows

Maybe batteries has lost it a little bit and need re-charge, i had the same problem.

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SOURCE: 2000 Lincoln LS rumble from 40 - 45 mph

I read the consumer reports found this problem with the drive shaft. My 2000 V8 has done it for 4 yesra now and no problem othen then being anoying. They fixed it in new years, but it just a hum at 40 - 50mph.

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SOURCE: 2000 lincoln town car Clicking Noise

This clicking is the Antilock brake system doing a self test. It's mentioned in the owners manual. Nothing to worry about but it should only take a minute and its best to let it fully cycle. Ned

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SOURCE: Need Diagram for 2003 Lincoln Aviator Serpentine Belt

There are 2 possible diagrams depending on if you have a 4.6L SOHC or a 4.6L DOHC. This information should be on the plate under the hood. Best of luck!
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Unfortunately, this is a somewhat common problem. Ford has issued several Technical Service Bulletins related to rear end noise. Without an extended warranty, this is something you will have to pay for.
TSB 05-23-3 11/28/05 REAR AXLE NOISE REPAIR FORD: 1997-2005 Expedition, F-150 2002-2005 Explorer LINCOLN: 1998-2005 Navigator 2003-2005 Aviator MERCURY: 2002-2005 Mountaineer
ISSUE:
Some vehicles may exhibit an axle whine or hum during acceleration, deceleration and/or cruise.
ACTION: An axle repair kit has been developed which incorporates most parts required for a comprehensive axle repair. The kit should be used instead of installing a complete axle assembly to repair an axle whine/hum. Replace Ring and Pinion with Axle Kit and Components.

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