Question about 2002 Cadillac Eldorado
If the noise doesn't change when you turn left or right while you are moving than The first thing I would look at is the tire. Check for uneven wear or cupping. The tread should be worn evenly and smoothly all the way around the tire. Something you can try to at least eliminate the tires as the problem is to rotate the tires. If the noise changes, stops, or moves from the front to the rear than you know its the tires.
If the noise still persists after rotating the tires than we will have to think of something else.
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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