my 1998 lincoln mark viii is making a popping sound from the front end both sides

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Asked by Dec 08, 2011 at 01:09 AM about the 1998 Lincoln Mark VIII

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

this car has all new ball joints, new brakes as well..... everything looks good under the car cause its pretty much new, but it makes this popping sound. its sound so bad but iv been driving it for 3 mounths and nothing has fell off yet.... any tips and what i cold do or what it is???

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The aftermarkey Moog camber bolts (lower control arm to frame bolt) will do this as they are fractions of an inch too small in diameter. Thats what happened on mine. You will needbto get some junkyard or dealership ones. I also have a set. Calisonic@gmail.com

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Is this something I can drive on with out risking the car?

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I mean is it safe lol

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