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Loud noise in back end

When my car goes over 30 mph it has a loud humming noise, and it gets the worst at 45mph. the noise quits after about 55 mph and i was wondering what it could be, i dont know if its on the right or left. its hard to tell because it kinda echoes.

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Lift the car up and check the wheel bearings by turning the wheels manually. Listen for any clicking noises. Move the wheel back and forth pulling it toward you. There is not supposed to be any movement or noise on the wheel if the bearings are good. if you do see any movement or hear any noises , replace the wheel bearings

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