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I have a popping sound in my back end not sure if universal joint or wheel bearing 2003 grand marquis

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I'd like to try and help with this. Does the sound happen when the car is simply bounced up and down? Does it only happen when it's put in a gear? Does it happen only when driving on a rough road? Can you get a little more detailed as to when it occurs and were on the car? Noises are hard to find but not impossible. Try having someone drive around while you pin-point the sound's location.

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