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I think my bearing are going bad, it makes a buzzing noise I just put new tires on it and this morning it felt like someone bumped into me lightly

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YOU ARE PROBLY RIGHT THE FRONT WHEEL BEARINGS

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could be lots of things. why not get live help.

we are blind here and can\'t hear, it feel it or touch it.

we use an electronic stethoscope to find all noises hard to find

or dangerous to find, by other means.

if it only makes noise, moving that be, dangerous.



i guess you never jacked up a wheel and spun it by hand?

or grabbed it by hand 3 and 9pm and felt the play>

this is 1 test if many testd. to find noise, all inspections.

bad bearings do as they want, ! sound wise.

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and there are like 10 levels of bad. there. so.? and 10 noises....

no mileage on car stated? 50k or 200k?

or if you ever get it serviced, do you?

finding noise causes is an art

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i\'d take this car to a suspension and brake shop

not just a brake shop,,

they will find this easy.. I promise.

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  • U-joints or CV if applicable.


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  • tranny noise.


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the first step is to find the exact location

and the stethoscope, rules this world. 100x.

hope that helps.

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