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I have a vibration sounding like it is coming from the front of the car... i replaced the front wheelbearings and had no resolution. then i recently replaced all for roters and the noise was still there...i just dont know what to do next....help

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  • t_therrien Jul 03, 2010

    i just rotated the tires... the noise stops when i am turning left

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Swop front wheels for the back ,could be deformed tyres

Posted on Jul 03, 2010

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    Colin Stickland Jul 03, 2010

    i would suggest you ask a local mechanic as again without have a drive my self it difficult to determine the cause but from your description i would suspect the universal drive couplings ,been damaged by hitting a kerb or something ,but without having a drive myself ??' also i have no produck knowledge of this make of vehicle so i wouldnt know if the ends on their own are replacable as on a lot of renaults they are not ,if noise goes on left turn then its a good possibility of drive shaft or even a wheel bearing and a quick spin by a decent mechanic who should be able to tell you ,sorry for not having a quick fixya answer

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