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Front end noise when driving

92 Geo sounds like I got 4x4 mud tires on front.

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Check wheel bearing for condition and adjustment. Check for bulges and belt separation in the tyres

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SOURCE: 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.0L Noise in front end while driving?

if it is a roaring noise it is probably a wheel bearing going bad

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it sounds like a bad hub bearing

try raising the front end off of the ground and spin the tires by hand and feel for roughness in the hubs

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SOURCE: noise while driving kind of sounds this a whooping sound

I have a pulsating noise/vibration while accelerating. More noticable at 25 mph -60 mph.

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SOURCE: whinning/humming noise on front end

you have a wheel bearing going out. see if it gets quieter if you turn one way or the other that will tell you what side it is on

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SOURCE: I have a grinding noise coming from my front left

Sounds like the noise is a bad bearing to me. If the ball joints or tie rod ends were bad, you would have irregular steering or in an extreme case, the front end would fall apart and you would lose steering abilities.

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I have a 2000 ford expedition 4x4 the front right side makes a clicking noise while driving. Any ideas


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