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Old 05-05-2013, 03:21 PM   #1
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Default Bearing going out at 17k.......

So my wife's 2013 V6 Premium Convertible's bearing in the passenger side rear is going out I think. Start hearing a squeaking sound at about 20mph which has a consistent half a second whine to it. It will speed up with the car and stops around 40mph.

So bearing or something else? I am thinking bearing myself.

And at 17k this should not be happening!
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So my wife's 2013 V6 Premium Convertible's bearing in the passenger side rear is going out I think. Start hearing a squeaking sound at about 20mph which has a consistent half a second whine to it. It will speed up with the car and stops around 40mph.

So bearing or something else? I am thinking bearing myself.

And at 17k this should not be happening!
Bring it in to your Ford dealer and have them check it out, DocSnickers. Then, PM me with your VIN, dealer, mileage, full name, and best daytime number so I can escalate this to the customer service manager for your area.

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Will do they can't see it until next week so I am hoping it will be ok going that long.
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Interesting turn of events, does not seem to be a bearing. Looks like it's the rear caliper sticking. Car goes back in on Monday to get it's caliper changed out along with new break pad on that side.
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