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I am thinking that the noise is from a failed wheel bearing or possible cv joint failure
find yourself another service dealer as tire noise is either there or not there and rotation (if it is a faulty tyie ) would move to the new position
Here is a clue to consider
rotating tires is a ploy by the tire dealers to sell tires
have a wheel alignment done on the rear first and then the front and leave the tires alone
if it is a front wheel drive vehicle you will get 3 times the mileage out of the rear tires compared to the front drive tires and that is a big saving for you
next point -- radial tires continue to wear in the same pattern regardless of where they are put so how are you to know it it is a faulty tire construction or a need for a wheel alignment
third point --- many brands of tires are made as directional tires ( a directional arrow on the side wall) and cannot be rotated because they cannot be fitted on a wheel that rotates against the arrow
if they are the wear in pattern of the belts in the rubber is altered and may lead to tire failure ---the tread pattern is designed to remove maximum water and produce maximum grip in the direction of the arrow
The part in another langage is not under stood as I only speak and write English. I understand that your car is (Pulling) to the left. If it goes to the left more with the brake on or changes now much it pulls with the brake on( slowing down) you may have fount end bushing problems. First things first though. 1) the tires are about the same and the air pressure is adjusted correctly. ( putting say 10 PSI more air in the right front tire correct the problem?) putting the rear tires on the front correct the peoblem or change it? Putting the right front tire on the left and the left on the right make it pull to the right? If aNY OF THESE THINGS CHANGE THE CAR THE TIRES ARE BAD BUT MIGHT M=NOT BE THE ONLY PROBLEM AS THE TIRES GOT BAD BECAUSE OF SOMETHIGN ELES WRONG. 2) the alinement is off ( the fornt ( or even the rear tires)) are not pointing straight forward as you desire to go straight forward. You can drive the car froward and park on a level surface get out and (sight) the front tires to the rear ones. down at the ground look across the outside and then the inside of the front tire and look at the rear one. Both front tires should ( sight) to the rear tires and not be noticeable off at all. Most tire shops do alinements and they reconmend them to all those that are buying new tries ( some new tire warrentees are not hounered without an alinement check) 3) the brakes, Drive the car some and then stop and check to see how hot the front wheels are. If they are about the same temperture on both sides and the back wheels are warm but about the same the brakes might not be the problem. 4) tires aree almost always the problem in a pulling to one side or the other problem and these other problems will cause the tires to become bad and it can happen very quickly if any of these problems are real bad. If they are and are corrected then after the repair you may have to replace the tires ( or at least the front ones) to get the pull to go completly away.
we have a 2003 saturn vue which we installed new tires on and we noticed a noise about 6 months afterwards. it sounded to my wife and i to be loud road noise from the tires. the car was driven for 6 months and we decided the noise was annoing. had the tires checked only to find it was the left front wheel bearing which was replaced and stopped the noise.