In many practical situations, we need to find the range of a given function under interval uncertainty. For nonlinear functions -- even for quadratic ones -- this problem is, in general, NP-hard; however, feasible algorithms exist for many specific cases. In particular, recently a feasible algorithm was developed for computing the range of the absolute value of a Fourier coefficient under uncertainty. In this paper, we generalize this algorithm to the case when we have a function of a few linear combinations of inputs. The resulting algorithm also handles the case when, in addition to intervals containing each input, we also know that these inputs satisfy several linear constraints.