Question about 2008 Jeep Commander
This could be caused from a number of things.
Brakes shes or rotors
Worn tires uneven read wear
Bad wheel bearings.
You can rule out the brakes by 50% chance of it being this if when your driving it and you stil hear this noise without applying pressure to the break pedal. Although a pad that came off may be stuck on the rotor causing this.
Tires or more like a huming and vibrating.
Bearings are common and sound like a whirling and more pronounced as the speed picks up in the vehicle.
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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