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What is this roaring sound from the front right axle?

What is this roaring sound from the right front axle?

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Raise the front of your car off the ground with rear wheels blocked car in neutral spin front tires one side will have a rough grind or you will hear a deep tone that is the bearing that is bad.

Posted on May 14, 2014

  • scott_chaney May 14, 2014

    Raise the front of your car off the ground with rear wheels blocked car in neutral spin front tires one side will have a rough grind or you will hear a deep tone that is the bearing that is bad.

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