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Noisey front end

My 2003 ES lancer makes a loud humming noise from front end when you get up to hwy speed changed wheel bearing but didn't help

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Sounds like a tire when it starts gettin noise start weavin back@forth r ight to left and see if the noise comes and goes

Posted on Oct 21, 2012

Change the tire. Your tires might be worping from the inside. I had the same problem. It might need an aligment too.

Posted on Jul 29, 2008

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