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I have a 1996 Cadillac DeVille Concourse and there is a humming in the front end. From the inside the car it sounds like a small car with a slight muffler leak. Does anyont have any clue as to what this could be?

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Well the thing to do would be to jack it up and remove the wheel,check the disc/(rotor) and disc pads if all looks ok then spred the pads away from the calipers approx 1/2 way back so that the disc runs free and re fir wheel with 3 bolts nip them up and hold the wheel top/bottom to try to find any play in bearings ,also spin wheels fast forward and reverse ,if there is a noise then replace bearings..

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