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My 07 Nissan Frontier has developed a growl noise with vibration between about 38 to 43 mph? Sounds like noise is coming from rear of truck.

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Bent wheel, out of balance bad/tire, or a wheel bearing going bad.

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To my knowledge, the only possible source of any growl (noise) underneath the car towards the center or rear would be the exhaust pipe after the converter before the muffler. Often they use rubber dougnuts as hanger support. A loose or broken support would significantly misalign thie exhaust pipe enough to cause vibration or wind induced noise.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

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