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Whenever I go down the road at 35miles per hour you can hear a noise from the front driver side tire. Like a flapping noise? and you can also hear it near the steering wheel inside.

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Check to see if theres something hitting the wheel, or if there something in the tire, most of the time its a plastic cover that hits the tire, check for any loose or hanging plastic.

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