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Noise When driving on the highway, there is a loud noise. It is consistent and has the same rhythm as the wheels turning. It is not a clatetering sound, but a smooth noise. I recently had some work done, as the frame was pressing down on the tires and preventing movement(after an accident). But I don't hear the noise when driving under 80kmh.

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    My service trac system light comes on and pretty much stays on now, along with the trac system off light.and now i have a loud roaring coming from the front end, mostly from the right tire I'm told...I've noticed a slight vibration starting now mostly in the stearing wheel. The front end bearings were changed about 8 months ago, although they weren't the most expensive ones.

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Might be wheel bearing

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