Question about 1998 Ford Explorer
You could have something as simple as a plastic trim piece that has come loose or cracked and is hanging and is flapping in the
wind when you drive it down the road. There are several other possibilities including a bad strut on the front end. You may also have a knot on the inside of one of your tires that can make noise. For your safety you should also inspect the brake calipers to make sure they are not "loose" since this could cause a very serious accident.
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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