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My 2001 buick lesabre starts to make a dronning sound from the front end around 30mph and gets louder the faster you go!

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Wheel bearings or hubs.If you listen and turn one way or the other the sound goes away.It's usually the one your turning towards,and the sound goes away.Here's the process.

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563f414.jpgThis is right out of my manual,pretty easy if you have the tools.
Good luck!

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Sounds like a bad wheel bearing hub assy

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