Question about 2006 Toyota Camry
Put new tires on @ 99,000 mi; were quiet for the first 300 miles then road noise started and has gotten worse. At 40 mph noise will let up slightly then as accelerate it becomes almost unbearable to the point of needing ear plugs; can also feel vibration through floor. Noise @ highway speed at 75 mph just too loud, but back off to 71 mph makes a little more bearable. Thought it was tires and had the new tires swapped (BF goodrich for Michelin) at 102,000 mi (no charge). The Goodrich tires had flat spots on 3 of 4 tires. The Michelins started out with lots of road noise and vibration. Now I'm thinking it's not the tires. Help??
Caster,camber and, wheel bearings
have your car 4 wheel aligned this will adjust your rear caster and, camber.
have your wheel bearings checked
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