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The front of my van wheel makes squilling nose and vibrates but i just replace the tire last week and the tire is not losing air pressure

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The strut bearing is worn out please replace it it costs $45.00 and will get rid of the vibration and squeeling. this is a common problem for thid ==s car.

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