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A bad water pump can get very noisy. Bad tires roar, the damage usually shows. A bad driveshaft universal can roar. You probably should have a mechanic check it out.

Posted on Nov 28, 2013

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jack up front of car get hold of tyre an see if u get any play if u do u may get away with nipping them up a bit

Posted on Nov 19, 2008

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It really sounds like a wheel bearing to me, If you drive down a straight smooth road and gently rock the steering wheel back and forth, you can sometimes tell which side it is by the way the car loads the front wheels. I believe this bearing can be purchased as hub and bearing assembly so it is fairly easy to replace but the part is pricey. Remove the wheel, brake caliper and rotor, look through the hub flange access holes and undo the mounting bolts and pull the bearing assembly out of the knuckle.

Posted on Mar 11, 2009

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This sounds like a noisy wheel bearing, they really can get loud, but quite when u turn because the weight comes off the wheel..

Posted on Mar 19, 2009

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SOURCE: tires are making a roaring noise while driving

Either the tires have slippe belts in them, mainly old or worn tires. Or more common is one of your wheel bearings is going bad. Could also be an axle shaft. Jack up the front of the vehicle and grab the wheel and see if you can move it up/down or side to side. see if there is excess play to check wheel bearing issues

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

SOURCE: My tacoma makes a loud roaring noise while I am

have your wheel bearings checked out. sounds like a wheel bearing going bad, if you said it gets worse when turning right have your left wheel bearings checked for wear. weight transfer will put more strain on the bearings and make them louder.

Posted on Aug 16, 2009

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