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Hollow sound My Ford Focus is making hollow noise when driving between 50 -60 mph. Its happening since I had my tracking done. Front driver side tyre needed changing as inner thread gone bald. Got the tyre changed the hollow noise is still there. Is there any issue do you think?

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Could be tyre noise try with your spare if its a different make and see if makes a difference

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SOURCE: 2002 ford focus ....makes a noise from the drive

sounds like a wheel bearing.....

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SOURCE: Hi, My 2001 ford focus has a slight shake when i hit 60MPH, ive had my tracking and wheeks balanced done, however it still shakes. the mechanic tells me i need to replace my rear tyres ( they are bald

That would more then likely fix your problem. A tire may be seperating ,I would replace the front two. ok, Good luck to ya.

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