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I have a 2004 Lincoln LS V8 has 55,000 miles,The rear differential making noise as the car speed increased the noise getting louder,start from 40MPH. How can I repair it ? how much will cost me ? I bought a 75,000 miles warranty, but the dealer said I have to pay for it. no warranty involved.

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Most warranties cover the Drive Train, Engine,Transmission,Rear End. Assuming the rear axle grease hasn't been changed, there's a good chance that changing it now won't undo any damage already done to the rear differential. Best move would to call the warranty co. that covers the car and explain that the dealer is not cooperating. Finding another dealer that honors your warranty is another option. Best of luck.

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