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A strange sound coming from the right side engine compartment when I'm running the car hard. The wining noise will slow down when I'm slowing down the vehicle and when I stop the car the sound would stop too and as I drive off the vehicle will sound normal for a bit.

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Sounds like a wheel bearing.

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Could be brakes or bad wheel bearing. Also don't rule out bad axle as they wont always click when turning but can go bad over time. It will rumble like a b wheel bearing also

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