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Moaning sound in front end

Can hear a moaning noise comming from frontend it is louder as you slow down close to stopping and also when you are going around 25 to 35 or so and you have your foot barely touching the gas. if you take your foot off the gas and start to decel it goes away or if you start to accelerate it seems to be less noticable,but when you reach the desired speed and are cruising along it is very noticable

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  • dutchgreco1 Jan 17, 2009

    i have the same problem.it sounds like a slow muffled grinding noise and goes away when i let of the gas .it seems to do worse when its cold.

  • srgarrett21 Feb 05, 2009

    I Have The sanme Problem, started happening before I put new tires on. My wife says it is more noticable between the captain seats in the back. Can anyone help?????

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Try rotating tires. If it gets better or worse, its probably the tires.

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