First of all thanks for the helpful information that was given lasttime because it helped me fix the problem on my 2000 grand marquis ls. Now i have another question, and that is on the front end of my car there is a squeaking noise and i was wondering was my shocks or struts going bad. im pretty sure its not the ball joints cause i know how they sound when they start to get bad.

Asked by Apr 08, 2017 at 07:03 AM about the 2000 Mercury Grand Marquis LS

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It's hard to diagnose noises over the internet. Push on the top of the fender, to see if you can recreate the noise. Might be the stuts, a bushing, motor mount, etc. You can get a mechanic to put the car on a lift to check the suspension out to verify what is worn and or loose.

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It's the front end bushings. They need to be lubed. I call it "the Ford squeak". Fords have been doing that since the '60s that I know of. HTH. -Jim

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