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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-20-2010 Thread Starter
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2002 Mustang Rear End trouble

I have a 2002 Mustang GT with a Kenne Bell 2.1L supercharger. I've got an interesting problem. Whenever I take a hard right turn (such as getting on the highway) I hear a loud Ringing/grinding noise (sounds alot like wet brakes noise). I'm thinking that the rear end has too much play in it. I know its definatly not the brakes they been checked repeatedly. Hoping some of you fine enthusiasts can shed some light on my darkness.

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I have the exact same problem,

Ive rebuilt the rear end and replaced the rotors and brakes and it still does it. But I notice when I pull the e brake up a little while going around a corner it doesnt do it.

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Well thats not good, I'm kind of waiting for a reply from someone who has had this problem and solved it. Should help out both of us.
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