Question about 1994 Lincoln Town Car
Have you had your rear differentia; checked ? Low fluid causes this.
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
Hello, You may have damaged a bearing if you discovered the seals were leaking it may have dropped the axle lube too low to protect the bearings. When you were removing the wheel seal, you must have exposed the rear Emergency brakes on the 1 side you replaced the wheel seal on. You should have observed the condition of the part. The other wheel may have the Emergency brake dragging and making the noise you continue to hear.
A lot of times the lining from the E brakes will separate and fall into the drum/rotor. Then it will jam or grind until it is dust. While you worked on the differential was the driveshaft inspected for bad u-joints? Check the drive shaft joints while you are under the car.
You still may have a bad bearing on the opposite wheel you worked on. You may need to put the car on a lift and have a helper put it in gear. Be careful for long hair, loose clothes, etc and you can just take it easy on the speed you run it at.
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
Testimonial: "thanks for the info we did check the e brake it was fine i have not checked the other side bearing i am about to do that. thanks again"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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