Question about 1992 BMW 7 Series
Step one would be to have the tire/wheel assembly "road forced" balanced. Not a tire locations have this technology but it will definitly pinpoint or eliminate that aspect of the problem. All balances are not created equal, have the road forced.
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
It sounds like a possible bad front wheel bearing they will make like a humming or growling noise.The pull could be air pressure a little lower in the right front tire than the left front check the air in all tires and if pull is still there take the left front put it on the right front and put the right front tire on the left front.Sometimes tires get what they call radial pull and that will fix it or make it go the other way if it goes the other way either get new tires or put the back tires on the front of the vehicle and put the front tires on the back.
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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