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Noisy Ride I just purchased a used 2002 Toyota Echo. I like everything about it, with the exception of the noise. Whether driving locally or on a highway, the noise is loud enough so that it is difficult to hear the radio. The noise is nothing special, just a very loud engine sound. (I do not hear it when I am at a stop).

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Sounds like a wheel bearing,ask a local mechanic to confirm

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