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Grinding noise at 40-55mph

Grinding noise sounds like it is in the front,brakes calipers are all good

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Check front Wheel Hub Bearing Assy's

Noise should be noticable from 25 thru 45

Could also be bad drive axle cv jonts

Posted on Dec 01, 2012

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SOURCE: 98 Nissan Altima Grinding Noise? My mother in law

Hello i would check your wheel bearings or sometimes called bearing hub .Jack car up prop the car with axle stands now remove your tires and rotors once removed wiggle you bearing hub left to the right your bearing hub should have minimal play one side to the other is obvious the looser play hub will be your noise you have been experiencing.most people call this road noise.

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