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Driving down the road it sounds like my tire is bounce up and down with a squaking noiseon passenger front?

Different issue...also sounds like something grinding when i push on gas to go under floor board

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SOURCE: Thumping at front passenger wheel area

if the noise isassociated with "wheel speed" then it is in the rolling parts... axle hub bearing brake rotor caliper wheel or tires...if it goes away on right turns then you are unloading or separating the issue then...so a hub /wheel bearing /axle issue is most likely...does your brake pedal pulse when you feel it..(riding the brake while driving)..does the steering wheel shimmy ?

Posted on Dec 18, 2008

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SOURCE: 1995 Buick Century. Under car behind rear axle,

yes its a major part, its the anti-roll bar, and should be reattatched as soon as possible, this stops the car twisting, when turning a corner, also is the main stability for the rear of the car

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SOURCE: front passenger side wheel makes a grinding noise

sounds like a wheel bearing is going out. you need to get this checked out pretty soon because this can cause more severe problems down the road

Posted on Nov 11, 2009

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SOURCE: it feels lke my tire

It probably is if the balance is out. Does it smoothe out some once you get to speeds over 70 or so? If so, you're looking at a tire balance issue. It could also be a cupped or seperated tire. Most tire shops will check this for you cheap or even free.

Posted on Sep 23, 2010

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  • This sounds like the HUB (bearings) to me. A CV axle will clack, especially going around turns. I had this 93 Eagle Vison one time that the bearings were so bad I almost needed earplugs to drive down the road. Naturally I neglected them a bit longer than I should have but this is almost surely your problem.
  • You can jack that wheel off the ground and grab that tire at the top with one hand and the bottom with the other hand and try to move it back and forth in an upwardl/downward movement. If it has any play then your bearings are shot. Sounds like they are already but this is yet another test.
  • Change it soon before that wheel locks up.
Regards, Tony

Posted on May 27, 2011

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