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CAR VIBRATES AND MAKE A WOOO WOOO WOOO SOUND WHEN DRIVING. IT SEEMS TO BE COMING FROM THE REAR. HAD NEW TIRES/ALIGNMENT DONE AND IT IS STILL HAPPENING. WHAT COULD IT BE?

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Try your rear bearings

Posted on Sep 25, 2008

TRY YOU REAR BEARINGS.COMON PROBLEM ASSOCIATED WITH THAT NOISE.

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