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Have owned 2 2006 altimas and both have had roaring noise like a wheel bearing going out in right rear

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It may be caused by a bad wheel bearing. To be sure, try to swap the 4 wheels and see if there would be changes in the noise location. If it does change, the noise may be from the tires that are not worn out evenly.

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If front wheels are old more than three years or dry they might make roaring sound

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