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2006 Linc Mark LT hear a whining or whistling from the rear end area while driving. Faster you go the louder it gets...any ideas? Thanks.

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At least one rear wheel bearing is wearing out. The bearing grease may have been washed out if your vehicle has been through any flooded streets, etc.
Have it replaced soon.

#2 (not likely)
If you recently rotated tires, the tire tread may be whining on the road

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You have a 4 year warranty or at least my lincoln did. Use it before your it costs you

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