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Roaring noise from rear is a classic symptom of a rear wheel bearing beginning to fail. The noise is amplified thru the body and make an awful racket. The trick is figuring out which one is failing. Your mechanic may recommend replacing both sides if the vehicles mileage warrants it.
Sounds like maybe a wheel bearing on it's way out, but should be easy for mechanic to pinpoint, and give estimate. Depending on what system, bearing required, part runs from $90-$180, and would estimate an hour, to hour and a half, to change it. If you try ( www.repairpal.com ) it will ask your zip code & info & give you a price range for your particular area.