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  1. #11
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    I think I've said this about 10 times now.
    When you hear a louder noise/vibration or feel something out or sorts, 9 out of 10 it's the lower mount

    For whatever reason, all they seem to be good for is about 80-100K miles, tops on an AWD Volvo but seem to stay together on a FWD car.
    Also they seem to crap out much earlier on a 2.4T (gen 1) over a later 2.5T P2 wagon
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    JRL,

    In my case it was only noise - there was no vibration, only noise. I will say that after replacing it does feel smoother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tranmkp View Post
    JRL,

    In my case it was only noise - there was no vibration, only noise. I will say that after replacing it does feel smoother.
    So see there actually was a small vibration
    I guess I know these cars so well, that ANYTHING out of the ordinary raises a red flag
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    1994 Lincoln Continental. In concours condition with low miles. (Just sold for a TON of money)! There went my cruiser

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