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There seems to be a "whining" noise coming from the front of my Jeep Cherokee - 2002. It stops when it goes less than 20 mph. Also, it is not there all the time. Anyone give me an idea what it may be so I can research further?

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  • Rory Cary May 30, 2010

    Thanks. I will check it out.

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Check your. Wheel beerings and velovity joint.. But seeing it doesn't do it under 20 leads me to believe its the wheel bearing.. Or the rotar... Well could any of those.. Check them I'm sure its centered amoung the 3.. Oh and btw defective tyres can also do this... Change that on to a spear just to test.. And u might feel a rough drive on steering..

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