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Wheel bearing? Wheel cylinder? Loose lugnuts/lugbolts?

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SOURCE: rumble in left front wheel

chances are you are right. if you have just purchased this car, it is possible it was abused if not i would say it is high mileage and you need a professional to inspect it right away before something happens and somebody gets hurt. it also sucks to get towed. these are not hard bearings to replace but you do need the right equipment. you will be alot happier.

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Do you have the problem when you turn on the car as well? I had this same problem, turns out the alternator was going bad. A few months later the alternator went. After the alternator was replaced, the problem went away.

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SOURCE: My front left hub is making a rumble strip sound

Sound like your wheel tracking is out? Take it to a tyre shop and get them to check the the Tracking

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SOURCE: Forester sounds like driving over rumble strips at 60/70 MPH

When the tires were balanced, were they checked for smooth tread ?
If they were on the back for an extended period of time, the tread could be choppy or uneven.

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