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High pitched noise behind instraments panel drivers side

No noise at lower speeds, only at 60 mph and above/

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  • Clarence Ulrich
    Clarence Ulrich Jan 02, 2014

    someone said there's a small motor behind the speedometer that make a high pitched noise at 60+ MPH

  • Clarence Ulrich
    Clarence Ulrich Jan 02, 2014

    HOW CAN I LUBE THIS LITTLE MOTOR?

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SOURCE: high pitched humming noise from rear near side

did they check the other wheel bearings? some time a wheel bearing noise will travel and sound some place different.

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To me it sounds like the wheel bearing. I have the same issue and when checking around it came back to the bearing which is a 279.00 assembly. The is also a recall affecting 2004 Ford Freestars with the hub you may want to check google to get the number to contact Ford then you get the whole thing replaced for free.

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SOURCE: 2002 Windstar. Automatic transmission has begun to

Sounds like a bad torque converter. When the torque converter is engaged, it's not "whirring" it's on decel or freewheel that it "whirs".Did you check fluid level and color?

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I would love some help on this also. Mine is doing the exact same thing.

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SOURCE: 2004 ford freestar...I have a VERY high pitch

I had this problem and took it to a dealer. There is a service bulletin on this problem... replace the wheel bearings as they are a known problem. Could be a batch production problem. This fixed my problem.

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