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High pitch noise on the front of the van

That could be a bad bearing and it would cost about 400.00 brand new if it is for a all wheel drive a used one would cost you about 100.00 but this could very posible be where your noise is comming from

because mine start it out as a high pitch noise and then a rattle finally the wheel started to lock out on me . thanks for reading this and good luck.

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The hub bearing for that is about 135.00 at auto zone and an easy replacement with the right tools!!!

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