Howdy, When the car moves slow or fast, it makes a deep, "woof-woof" sound in rhythm with the turning of the wheels. It's been increasing in volume for the past few months. The tires are fairly new, although I don't want to rule them out. Can the AWD components make this noise? Bob
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