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2005 pontiac bonneville with a cracked front bumper has a humming noise coming from the front when going 30mph plus....could it be that or the tires?

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Rotate the front tires to the rear and see if it still does it, if it does it was your tires.

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    could be wheel hub or bearing in the hub!

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Could be wheel hub...does it sound like a churning?

Posted on Nov 20, 2010

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