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2003 passat v6 manual. howling comming from

2003 passat v6 manual. howling comming from front. gets louder as speed increses. changing gears has no effect. braking has no effect. wheel bearings? cv joints?

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Weel bearing worn.Change asap.Good luck hope that was helpfull.

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