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1999 Mercury Grand Marquis

Noise from rear when accelerating. Hard glunk or sometimes a grinding noise, as if you are driving over a groved roadway. Only last 1-2 seconds during acceleration. Do you have any suggestions?

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Check the U joints.Check the gear oil in the rear axle.Check the exhaust,make sure not rattling or rubbing anything.

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