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I own an S reg Chrysler Voyager 2.5 LETD. The problem is i have a loud droning noise coming from what seems to be all around the car when driving. The car has low profile tyres on it. Could the dronig be bearings or tyres

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Low profile tires can cause this droneing noise , or if the wheels have to much air in them , id put 32 in the tyres and try it , if this doesnt work it could be a wheel bearing

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