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Vibration in the front end while accelerating, new tires and alignments

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    Jonathan S Aug 22, 2010

    Have you ever noticed any noise such as a grinding growling type of noise? I just replaced a wheel bearing on 06 for a vibration problem new tires on it and also aligned.

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  1. possible transmision problems
  2. or bad cv joints on one of the axles

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