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MY 1999 toyota camry makes a kinda like grinding sound in the front drivers side tire what could thiss be?

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Wheel bearing or brake pads are down to metal. Could be a sticking brake caliber.

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If you see that the radiator has bent or looks damaged you should be worried. if the area around the radiator looks fine and it isn't leaking you might only have body damage. You might need to check your alignment though, accidents usually mess up alignments of front and possible rear tires. and camry has 4-way adjustment for alignment so you might want to get it checked if you have a few spare dollars. just don't let them sell you tires unless you need them ;)

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paul

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