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Noise frome left side-whying-constant 0-up

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  • CGL-boi May 11, 2010

    Were is the noise coming from??

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Check tyres that side. Nuts.
If hubcaps fitted (plastic) remove, check for objects, clean rim spray teflonoil there and on on hubcapclamps and refit.
Check back after this do not exagerate with spray.
Could also be bearing, but since you car is like a guitarbox can be any of four wheels.

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