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There is a roaring in the front when the vehicle is in motion in the wheels?

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Possible that the wheel bearings are worn out, the brake pads are jammed with some foreign objects like stones., if there the tyre rubbing with a damaged wheel flap.
The best is to jack up the car then manually turn the wheels to hearr the sound and confirm. If this is from the hub it can only the wheel bearings but in some cases a worn out hub can also make noise.

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