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Rumble noise right front wheel

My dodge dakota makes a rumble noise at the right front tire only when steering to the left and after 10 mph only when going straigt it doesnt make any noise

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Sounds like a wheel bearing assembly failing.

Posted on Jan 04, 2014

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SOURCE: Dodge Ram popping noise front left (drivers side) suspension

its a lot of times universal joints.. the ball joints break with no warning.

Posted on Jan 05, 2009

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SOURCE: Noise in front wheels of 97 dodge dakota

This sounds like a bad hub bearing .It will come as a unit. bearing and hub together .most likely the left side!

Posted on May 31, 2009

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SOURCE: noise coming from the front end of my 2003 dodge durango

You didn't specify if your vehicle is 2- or 4-wheel drive. If 4 wheel, you may have a failing contstant velocity joint which, when having developed worn spots in the cage can cause the noise you describe.
Typically, turning the wheel back and forth can cause the noise to become less or more loud and often the combination of a specific speed and driving a certain curve radius can cause the noise to nearly disappear or become more pronounced.

Posted on Jul 12, 2009

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SOURCE: dodge stratus making humming noise coming from

Have you right hub bearing checked ,This is a common problem on these stratus models :)

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SOURCE: I have a 1998 Dodge Dakota 4x4, I notice a noise when turning.

You need to check your brakes ASAP. You may have metal on metal on your front pads. You may have a bearing problem if the brakes are in good shape. But check it out as soon as you can to prevent further damage.

Posted on Jul 17, 2010

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