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Sound like driving over rumble strips

I have also had this problem. Taken it in 3 times and the mechanic can't find anything either. I do need new tires and maybe rotars.

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Possibly bad shocks or struts, ball joints, or tires way out of balance.

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I have a 2007 Isuzu that makes a rumbling sound between 60 and 80 kph the wheel bearings have been replaced 3 times in 8 months but the noise is still there

If your car is running fine and only making a noise when you are traveling at high speed it may be wind related. Check inside your front wheel wells behind the tires... There should be a rubber sheet between there and the engine compartment. It's designed to protect components on your engine from rain water & road debris etc. Make sure it's hanging down straight and not caught up on anything or torn. If that's not it, look around in your engine compartment and undercarriage for anything loose that would flap around in the wind (i.e. a mechanic's rag, tool or something got stuck you ran over). If you don't see anything out of the norm you can try a blower directed at your car to mimic wind conditions at 60 mph. The noise may present itself to a degree. It might be a long shot but worth a try. Good luck with you mystery noise. Let us know how it turns out.

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Feels am driving rumble strip

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