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Noise in right front end; 2001 Cadillac DeVillle

Rumbling noise increases and decreaces with speed. Not the enigine! Does not happen when turning, except with speed.

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  • Anonymous Aug 19, 2008

    roaring noise in left front side 1992 cadillac deVille. noise subsides when turning right.


  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    Very loud road noise when driving. hard tires replaced but still the noise. loud and constant at any speed but not when turning corners

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If its like a humming noise front wheel bearing has to be change most of time when you go straiht and turn the stering on one side noise less the other side more noise bearing noise go to a shop hopeit help fixya our post
thank you pierre

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