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2004 chevy impalaroad noise until turning right then it goes away

Road noise until turning right then it goes away

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Could be the left fr wheel brg. but to be SURE, lift up car, spin the wheel, when you are spinning the wheel, grab the coil spring on thr strut. it should fell smooth,compare both sides, if its a wheel brg you will feel the roughness through the spring. a lot of mechanics will even replace the wrong brg, but this method nails it every time. ; )

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