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2006 duramax tire humming noise from 25mph and up goes away when put in 4hi unless I let off the throttle and ideas?

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Perhaps bad tire. Try changing that tire to different location to see if noise moves. Putting in 4WD may change the load on the tire and changing noise. Other possibles = bad wheel bearing or CV shaft joint.

Posted on Dec 02, 2014

  • Ryan price Dec 02, 2014

    Tires are new thought that could be the problem but it wasn't

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