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Hearing noises from the driver side front and rear wheels

Hearing like a rubbing noises from the driver side front and rear wheels

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Jack up that side of the car and turn the wheels by hand to narrow down where the noise is comming from. You may have binding of brakes, if you are driving slow down the road and let the steering wheel go does the car pull to one side ? does it get worse if you touch the brake ? If it does, check the front.

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