hard to say, look at the ball joins , axles and or bushings on the control arm.(look at the boots on the axles. make sure they're not broken)
96 Town car does not have front axles or boots, it's a rear drive car--- the rest of the above answer is reasonable. I have a 96 and a 99 Lincoln and both make this noise. Started when they both had less than 30,000 miles. Have looked, checked, had it in a front end alignment shop, etc etc, but can't find cure. I don't worry about it anymore.
Buick makes a clunking sound from trans area when accelerating.
Sounds like its from one side? Ur shocks
I think, it might be a problem with the front Differential..
Check the strut mountings Check springs and shocks they may be worn out
Wheel bearings or u joints
could be your crank shaft
replace c/v joints
It's either something loose or something worn out. I'd start with the shocks then look at the ball joints.
Wheels are unbalanced or you need a front end alignment.
My 2000 Jeep Cherokee makes a clunking noise from the front. I just had 2 bad ball joints replaced but it still makes the noise. I asked about boots but was told I do not have boots on mine. I asked about the swaybar link. They asked me if my jeep makes the noise driving over bumps and it doesn't. I am at a lose. They are going to look at it and see if they can figure it out. Can you help me with this.
the Lincoln Bedroom
That'll be an airlock, bleed the heater and it will go way
Motor mounts or chasis mounts Could be Constant Velocity joints too.
remove the plastic milk jugs and discard them. The clunking noise should stop.
Lincoln, but Lincoln is part of ford
Very possible it is the right side half shaft.
A 2000 Commodore where the oil checks out okay at the dipstick but is dry when the oil cap of the inner housing is removed may have a faulty oil pump. This makes a clunking noise as if some cylinders have blown but may be a much simpler fix.
The question "What did Abraham Lincoln did not believe in?" makes no sense. So, the answer is 42
The motto of The Academy at Lincoln is 'Team Work Makes the Dream Work'.
One clunk when accelerating (but now repeated clunks) and another when braking can be caused by broken motor mounts.
Ford Motor Company.