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Car make a funny sound in the back wheel while driving

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Bad screw torque,ceck the wheel,can be loose.Shake by hand or foot.If not loose ,yet moving,bad bearing.If is not the wheel must track the sound:loose muffler,trunk spare.Ceck for things stucked betwen the wheel and the chassis.Squiking noise may point draging brake,bad bearing,must jack-up and move the wheel.So low on details...Cheers

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