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2002 GMC Yukon a grinding sound and feel just started on drivers side front while driving and it's deffinately not the brake rotor.

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If its not the brakes then it could be a wheel bearing. Jack it up and spin the wheel. Listen for noise. If it has lots of miles or possibly been driven in high water at some point the bearing could need to be replaced. You should get it fixed and don't wait too long.

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Bad wheel bearings

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