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Engine noise above 65 mph. Faint rough sound. Goes away when coasting. 2006 Town Car

Could be wheel bearing, but no noise when braking or coasting - only when under power.

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Possible rear wheel bearing,rear end or driveline?

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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: replacing front wheel bearings

fronts are bearing ahd hub assy remove the black center cover remove the hub nut and the hub should slide off. the caliper and rotor also have to be removed

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SOURCE: clicking noise under dash

It likely has a bad temp control actuator for the blend door.

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