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My daewoo lanos 1.6 auto is noisy while driving

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Driveline noise could be caused by worn or perished tyres(rumble),worn wheel bearing(rumble),worn brakes(scraping or squealing),worn gearbox bearings.I hope this helps,or get back to me with some more detail to your report.Dont forget to rate this help suggestion

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