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Roaring noise in front end but only when your driving and giving it gas! ALso roar changes sounds a little louder when you hit a bump. It stops when you are not giving it gas.....

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Most likely pinion gear or bearing in front differintial. not a cheap fix!
if it was constant i would say wheel bearing.

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