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Rear End Nosie

I've notice a great deal of nosie coming from the back of my car when driving. It's not a clunking noise, something I would more attribute to a bearing perhaps.

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If it is a growling type noise that increases with speed it is a wheel bearing. can you tell which side it is coming from? if not sometimes when driving you can turn car and shift the vehicle weight the side making noise will quiet down some when the weight is shifted off it so if you turn to right and noise gets less it is rt side and so on

Posted on May 26, 2010

  • mark raquet May 26, 2010

    My thought was it's a wheel bearing, perhaps on both side. I wasn't sure with the front wheel drive, what could go wrong in the rearend. thanks

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