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Humming Sound I am having the same problem for my toyota wish 2003. I have changed the front left wheel bearing but the sound is still there.

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In a vehicle when there is a humming sound it is most likely to be the power steering pump if you must have checked the wheels and it ain't coming from there.

consider having a thorough check on that. It is usually located on the passenger side in the hood.

Good luck.

Posted on Jul 29, 2009

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