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1999 Blazer front end noise

I have a roaring noise from the front of the vehicle that changes pitch when the steering wheel is turned. Thought it was the tires so I replaced them, noise is still there. What do you think I should check now?

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  • chefbaby2004 Dec 08, 2008

    i have a 97 gmc jimmy just had right front wheel hub replaced,now i have a rattle noise in same right front.what could it be??

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If your turning your car to the right when it make the noise or the Left Listen and find out because which ever way the noise is loudest usually meaning that is the side going bad, Thats the rule Usually some cars and trucks have fronts and rear bearings, But I think it is a wheel bearing, Have a mechanic or a friend that may turn some wrench's Check it out for you. Hope that helps you out. :))

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Have you hit anything with your bumper?
my blazer made that noise b/c i barely hit a pole in a gas station, it ended up being the bumper rubbing my tire, but it did make some ridiculous roaring noise

Posted on Apr 25, 2009

Replace front wheel bearing. Usually the passenger side wheel. This is a very common and company ignored problem.

Posted on Aug 01, 2008

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