Loud noise in back seat of 94 Lincoln

Asked by Sep 08, 2016 at 04:01 PM about the 1994 Lincoln Town Car Executive

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

When there is a high wind, and I am doing 69+
mph, a loud noise starts in the back seat. Scary

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Sixty MPH. High winds. Very loud noise in back seat. Any ideas?

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Wheel bearing possibly

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If it's anything mechanical you'd hear it all the time, high winds or no. (wheel bearings, u-joint, differential). Do you have air ride? Check your trunk-mounted compressor, maybe high-speed and high-winds are forcing it to work harder to keep ride smooth.

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Thanks. I have the car at a mechanic today. I will let y'all know what happens!

I have been riding with the windows cracked. Helps. Today, we discovered the Loud creaking is front shocks. They are original, and one is leaking.

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