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I would have to ask if the noise increased with speed or did it change when the car shifts gears? Noise with engine speed (in park, slowly rev. engine), No then manually control transmission and drive slowly and try and maintain the same engine RPM while manually up-shifting the transmission. If the sound changes with gear changes then you are looking a transmission problem or a CV joint. I would check the CV boots for damage. If so then that is your problem.
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Posted on Aug 10, 2008
Repeat the experiment and rotate wheels at same time. Might be just coincidence and it is actually a belt. My guess would be power steering.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
you did damage to the wheel bearing i bet it sounds like a airplane sound. also if you steering wheel is off 7"then have front end aligned because this will destroy the tires and they will make noise.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
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