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Excessive road noise

Sounds like vehicle has knobby tires noise increases with speed

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You have a tire delaminating! Stop driving it until it is repaired! Extreme roll-over possibilities!

Posted on Feb 04, 2015

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front wheel bearings is your problem, change both sides on the front and i know that is your problem, because i own a 2004 ford explorer and i just had the same problem.

Posted on May 30, 2009

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SOURCE: Ford Escape 2005 vibrating noise at road speed

try having the tires balanced first,if the problem persits then buy new ones.

Posted on Sep 08, 2009

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SOURCE: Squeek in front right suspension. Driving over a

sounds like a ball joint these cars are notorious for ball joint separation on lower ball joint i would consider having a shop inspect it soon if the ball joint separates the wheel will be detached from the vehicle which could make for a very dangerous situation especially if your driving when it happens

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SOURCE: excessive noise at hwy speeds, I just replaced the

most places will give u a under car inspection for free,,,,it could be wheel bearing drive train,brake caliper hanging up,,ect,,,hope it helped

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SOURCE: i have a 2002 ford explorer. It has a humming

Would sooner think wheel bearing,should be able to hear the noise or feel play in the bearing if jacked up. Abs light on? often a bad bearing will get metal in the sensor and turn on the ABS light also.

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Sounds like the tread design of the tires..some tread can make a lot of road noise on blacktop and cement...try this,find some newer blacktop and run it at road speed..note noise and the try it on older blactop or cement highway..it changes, it is the treat design..this is very common on truck tires and sometimes passenger car tires...if you live in a snowy area..do the test on a snowy road with no salt etc.that too will quiet noisy tire tread also ..good luck...

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try having the tires balanced first,if the problem persits then buy new ones.

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I have front end vibration that is not caused by alignment. New tires on all four wheels but still have alot of front end vibration. Car is a 2004 Hyundai Tiburon.


just checked this out a while ago:



Wheel Hub Assemblies: Systems and Diagnosis of Worn Hub Assemblies & Bearings
Front wheel hub assemblies and bearings control the position of, and reduce the resistance of, vehicle wheels in contact with the pavement. When they fail, front wheels may not be kept in position and vibration and noise usually develop. Symptoms that normally develop as a result of these worn parts include:
  • A humming, rumbling or growling noise which increases with acceleration or as the vehicles turns
  • Vibration felt in the steering wheel, which changes with vehicle speed or as the vehicle turns
  • Looseness or excessive play in the steering wheel (especially while driving over rough road surfaces)
  • A loud, constant grinding noise when driving the vehicle (heard in the most severe cases of a wheel bearing failure)
  • Pulling to one side when braking.
  • Roughness - with the vehicle of the ground, roughness or vibration when rotating the wheel
  • Looseness - with the vehicle off the ground, looseness when wiggling the wheel back and forth (Looseness may also indicate a worn ball joint)
  • Excessive brake pedal play can also indicate sloppy or excessively loose wheel bearings
  • ABS failure in the system may be related to failure of the ABS sensor in the hub assembly or the internal sensor in the wheel bearing

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