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I start having a low frequency noise inside the car, like resonance, 2002 Jaguar X-type, after driving for sometime, noise changes with the speed, but won't go away when driving slowly, gets pretty loud at times, then disappers suddenly?

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Could be one of your wheel bearings going bad- I've had to replace three of the four on my 2002 S-Type in the last two years. Raise each tire off the ground -- if you can wobble the tire with your hands, the bearing is bad. They shouldn't move at all if they are good.

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