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When driving it makes a loud roaring sound, thought it had bad brakes but after they had been replaced the sound was still there

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Sounds like bearings, depending on where you hear it the most if it is in front you should be able to pinpoint by turnin back and forth and listening for pitch sound change if that makes any sense to you. I hope this helps you.

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Is the roar coming from the front tire area? If so, you may need bearing hubs. You need to be absolutely positive where the noise originates from and if turning corners or different speeds affect the noise. If you hold a steady..say 50 mph and shift into N and coast does the noise stop, if so, you may be looking at a tranny prob.

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