Question about 1994 Lincoln Town Car
Well without being there to look at the vehicle its pretty much a best guess, From what your describing sound like a problem in the drive train. And more likely with the transmission involved in the sound as well as speed and the metallic shingling I'm betting on a broken engine mount. So I'm going to tell you how to test that theory.
1.) open the hood
2.) have someone start the vehicle (engine will raise a bit)
3.) press the brake , put car in neutral (engine should rock)
4.) put in park (should lift and kick back)
5.) put in reverse (should kick back)
once u have 1 or more of the above,, you have a broken engine mount, replace it..
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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