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Hi i have a 2001 Wingroad which gives a low pitch booming sound from the front when I reach 100km It seems to be softer or louder according to the road surface and with slight acceleration or deaccele

Not doing it in friends car same model Its very subtle and could almost live with it but would like to get to the cause thanks.

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