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Roaring Noise Most Noticeable At 35 mph On Up.

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Sound like a wheel bearing problem , the best way to tell is to slightly move the steering side to side to change the weight and the noise should get louder with the weight on it . do this at the 35mph when the noise come on more .

Posted on Sep 03, 2010

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