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Car was driving fine, then suddenly it started roaring

There is a vibration from the front and the roaring sound is terrible, it happened quite suddenly. I have had bearing problems before but this is much louder that that was.

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If you know the bearings r good ..[check first] look at the axel, boots and bearings these are the only moving parts in the front end but to me i bet it is the bearing/axel

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