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The past few months, the 2000 Ford f250 has a moaning, or howling noise in the right front end around the wheel. Sounds almost like the hub is locked in place. It's not, I have checked. I have recently replaced pads, rotors, and the howling still continues. ANy suggestions?

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Hub/wheel bearing assembly might be going bad. Or the spindle bearing on the axle shaft.

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