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Front right wheel noise

When I drive over 40 mph makes woring noise as if i need a rotor or wheel baring?

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Try driving at 40 and turn left then right back and fourth if its a wheel bearing it should get louder as you turn your steering wheel back & fourth if not it may be a tire you may want to rotate front to rear

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