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Toyota Carina AT192 - a small noice coming from tyres

I get a noice from front passenger wheel. when i go fast it goes fast. its a kin kin noice. i removed the tyre checked the breakes and all . but every thing is really good and do not see any problems. what can be that?

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Hve the wheel bearing checked out. It needs to be raised up on a lifr, and then, with the wheels off of the ground, run the engine in gear. Listen to the onside edge of the hub, you will prob hear th noise; I bet that it is a wheel bearing. Common issue; Hope this helps.

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