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Tire noise on rear of 2008 impala.

Tire noise on rear of car. Tries cupping or Feathering nor sure which. Dealer rotated back tires but still have the same problem.

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Have you had your suspension checked? If not please check

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Stand in front of your car and look at the weel thats making the problem, does it stand like this | or like this /

Hope you know what i mean....

see again.

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