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My 2007 Trailblazer has a loud noise on the passenger side front wheel and gets louder the faster you go.

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It is probably the wheel bearing which would need to be replaced. The noise may also be caused by debris (such as a small rock) that has lodged between a pad and the rotor, or a bad CV joint if this is a 4WD vehicle. It could also be worn out brake pads, but if this is the case, the noise would get louder when you step on the brake.
In any case, the wheel needs to be removed and the wheel and all related parts inspected as soon as possible.

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