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Front driver's side wheel area loud noise ;noise increases with speed. Rotor?

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When I accelerate forward from a comp stop my car makes a loud grinding/screeching by the front driver side. Once running the noise stops but until it catches speed it makes the sound. What is that?


It could be several things, and I'm going to assume that the vehicle is front wheel drive.

First possibility is the constant velocity joint on the driver's side is worn out.

Second possibility is the wheel bearing on the driver's side.

As to the shaking at 70+mph, you may have an alignment problem, or some issues with the suspension components on that side of the car.

Does the noise get worse when accelerating from a stop, and turning, at the same time?

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I have a 2001 Chevy Malibu. There is a loud roaring noise around the vacinity of the front driver's side wheel (it sounds like from the inside) the more speed you pick up the louder it gets. We have...


Might be the backing plate is touching brake rotor, have it checked and if plate is too close to rotor pull it away , it will make huge noise while driving, make sure about that.

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Whining noise progressively gets louder with speed


One wheel turning faster than the other is normal if both wheels are off the ground. If one wheel is dragging when the other wheel is on the ground, it could be brakes or a wheel hub bearing.
Usually if the noise happens on right turns, the left hub bearing is failing, and vice versa.

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it is your wheel bearing. the bearing is a sealed unit so you replace the hub assembly. remove wheel,caliper,brake rotor.if it is 4x4 loosen axle nut. there are three 15mm bolts on back side of spindle remove these and slide hub out replace with new one. most hubs come with new wheel speed sensor so remove harness from connectors or if no new one remove the screw holding it in place to hub and slide out.

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I do think the same way. If the pads look flat and not so worn have the rotor turned to eliminate the squeaksyou are encountering

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Right front wheel howls on 2000 Accord EX


are your front right brake pads worn more than your front left? if so probable cause is the rotor. if not, most likely wheel bearing

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try the rear wheel hubs the noise will travel true the car making it sound like it up front

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The left front wheel area is shaking violentely and cusing a loud humming noise at all speeds.


First: STOP DRIVING THIS CAR!. The wheel may lock up or fall off!!!!!
Next: Have it checked out by a mechanic.
It can be a number of things like: bad wheel bearing, loose lug nuts, brake system faulty, rotor really warped. If I was to pick one I would say your front wheel bearing is shot.

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have youre transfer case checked

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