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The tire is wearing unevenly due to a tire defect...out of round, or belt seperation...the wear is also caused by alignment problems...get a free alignment check at your favorite Tire Barn...If you replace any tires, be sure to have the alignment checked, or the uneven wear will return quickly. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 15, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The tire itself does not have the proper inflation pressure for the vehicle. The tire has a MAXIMUM pressure on it. The proper pressure is on a sticker or tag, probably on the door jamb inside the driver's door. You might also find the tag inside the glove compartment or in the engine compartment near the emissions sticker.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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Sounds like you have some bad bushings, ball joints, or bearings. Take it into the repair shop unless you have the special tools to repair a Jag front suspension. The parts falling off my Jag are of the finest British make!!
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
hi..the reason to this problem is your wheel
bearings.you need to check out the bearings.
This could be the problem for the loud noise.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
You most likely have an alignment problem. If BOTH FRONT TIRES are worn the same ( inside edge worn ), that would indicate a TOE- OUT problem such as ( \ / ) . Picture those 2 lines as your front tires going down the road . Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
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Jan 15, 2013 | Cars & Trucks
When checking to make sure noise is wheel bearings while driving vehicle at speed the noise is loudest (if possible) turn steering wheel back and forth enough to shift the weight of the vehicle from side to side and if it's a wheel bearing there should be quite a bit of difference in the noise.
If about the same noise check the wear pattern on the tires for flat spots or unusual wear pattern if there is rotate tires. If nothing still found jack up vehicle with all 4 tires of the ground. Use jack stands for this. Get some one in vehicle to run it at speed the noise develops, I use a long screw driver (2 feet long) as a stethoscope to find where noises come from. Try with and without 4 wheel drive if possible. Good luck cause noises can be a real pain in the b____.
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