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Both front wheels feel like they need bearings , noise is so lound inside the car

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With car parked, squat down and hold top of tire. see if it has playin and out.
go to auto repair shop or brake shop and ask them to check it out because you are concerned abdou the SAFETY factor.
Make sure you say safety when ask for help.
Parts and replacement is prob cheap for that car.

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