Question about 1995 Toyota Previa
A few things might cause this so lets gets some facts from you first. I will give you a few things to try.
1. Does the noise kinda fade when you apply the brake?
1.b If so..Its time for a brake job.
2. Look and feel all the way around the rear tires for an obstacle.
2.b If something is felt that's you rub.
3. Grab the rear tires and the top. Put your hands at 10 and 2 like you would hold the steering wheel. With force shake the tire in and out, if slop is felt...rear wheel bearings might be the issue.
This should point you in the right direction. Please comment back if further assistance is needed. Hope this helped :)
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