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Had the same problem 2 weeks ago

We had the same problem with my daughter's car. First came the 'humming' sound from the wheel and it decreased to almost no noise when the steering wheel turned left. We were originally told to replace the 2 front tires and get an alignment, which we did ($300). The humming continued and it ended up being a worn hub bearing in the driver's side front wheel. We had it replaced ($357) a week after the tires were replaced and all was fine until today. Now the anti theft light is on (not flashing) and the radio is locked up and won't come on.

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Well if the radio is locked (like says locked right on the radio) then you can take it to a dealership and have them unlock it for a small fee.... like 5$. they get a code and put it in to unlock it.

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