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Sounds like a wheel barring but it started when i would drive down. whenever i turn the wheel to the right, there will be a vibration in the front. Now, it happens all the time when i drive but its a constant humming noise and when i turn to the right, it makes the humming and the vibrating humming noise together

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Probably a wheel bearing

Posted on Aug 21, 2010

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