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2003 Corolla Humming

My 2003 Corolla has developed a low-pitched hum which seems be coming from the rear. It is definitely speed-dependent and is most noticeable above 50 mph. Origiaally thought it was tire noise from my snow tires but the sound has continued with the change to my all-seasons. Is it likely to be a bearing? When the bearings went on my Jetta they really growled a lot and you could determine the side by turning both ways and seeing which way the noise was worse. Any suggestions?
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I have the same problem and it turned out the rear wheel bearing wad the culprit. Not a cheap fix (around 300.00) since you have to replace the whole assy.

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The discount places sell the hub for about $115. & tax. any shade tree mechanic can install in 30 minutes. jackup the car. spin wheels sometime you can hear the problem. if not,then remove hub and spin by hand. the hub is interchangable. both of mine were bad.

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