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2003 corrola humming????

My 2003 corrola makes a humming sound while driving, have replaced rotors, gotten a wheel alignment and nothing has worked. what could it be?????

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  • kemack Sep 11, 2008

    I have a humming noise which develops at about 50 - 60 mph. It seems to come from the rear although I understand the rear bearings are less likely to go than the front. Anybody wlse with the same? Is it the wheel bearings?

  • Anonymous May 14, 2009

    I have an 05 corolla xrs. At around 35000 miles it started getting a humming noise at 45+ mph. Turns out it was the driver side rear wheel bearing. The dealer said both rear wheel bearings were going bad. They replaced both under warranty, they would have charged $700 if it wasn't covered. Now I have 110000 miles on it and the noise is back. This is my 3rd toyota and have never have any problems with them until this.

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I just had the same thing fixed. It made it when I got up to speeds around 60 mph, but no lower. It was my caliper. Drivers side, front.

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My 03 did the same thing. I replaced the front wheel bearings and the humming went away.

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