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I've got whining coming from the front of my '91 Grand Cherokee on the opposite side from the diff. It's constant with speed above 20mph and doesn't change with load or on cornering. When I get the speed up above 40 or so you can't hear it above the road noise but below that it'll drive you mad. Any ideas please?

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Most service places will give u a free under car or truck inspection for free,,,sounds like u may have a wheel bearing problem,,,

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