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cupped tires can make noise rotate them to the front to see if the problem goes with the tires they do have wheel bearings that go bad and the rear diff but the rear diff will change noise when your on and off the gas
They are known for having a shimmy from @65MPH to @75MP. This can sometimes be fixed with a simple tire balancing. If that doesn't work, a "road force" balance can sometimes do the trick. Another known issue that is semi-related is the front engine mount. They go bad so frequently that they are considered a maintenance item, not a failure. Also, if the front engine mount is bad, it can contribute to the shimmy and replacing the mount can remedy the situation.
First item that I would check is the idle control valve. you can increase the idle speed of your engine if it runs below normal. Since you get a check engine light, I would suggest to get the error code.
if its like a humming noise front wheel bearing has to be change most of time when you go straiht and turn the stering on one side noise less the other side more noise bearing noise go to a shop hopeit help fixya our post
thank you pierre