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Rythmic humming rythmic hum coming from what sounds like the front wheels.Increasing frequency but not noise with speed. Cant hear it from outside but clearly from inside with windows closed.not very loud but discernable. Very slight cliking from front, when moving very very slowly and stopping. Hope its only a bearing

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Cv axles going bad?wheel bearing? but you said clicking so i would say cv axles, if its manual check trans fluid, humming can also be the alternator increasing sound with speed overinflated tires etc be a little more descriptive click click? tock tock? clack clack?left side? right side? only when turning? is the licking and the hummming together or seperate

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Testimonial: "Hi Eliecer and thanks.The clicking is not constant and not as a result of turning ,its not a clack clack it almost sounds like a bolt is over tightening.I only hear it at very very low speeds speeds,almost a standstill.The hum is separate from the clicking and seems to come from the front right side,same with the clicking noise though. I will check the tyre pressure and I have engaged neutral whilst driving and the hum remains so it isn't the transmission? Many thanks for your help."

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SOURCE: humming sound from front right wheel

most definately a wheel bearing

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SOURCE: noisey front end

sounds like a tire when it starts gettin noise start weavin back@forth r ight to left and see if the noise comes and goes

Posted on Oct 21, 2012

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