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Roaring sound while in motion.Even if the shifters is in neutral the sound does not cease.Is is because of worn out wheel bearing?

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Where the sound coming from? Front or back? It could be a number of things. It could be bearings, it could be a cracked brake pad rubbing against the disk, under inflated/worn out tires

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