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My 2006 suzuki forenza after driving a few miles, makes a loud ''humming/buzzing'' noise from the rear of the car. it slows when you let off the throttle or brake. when you shut the car off, sometimes it makes a ''rattle'' that lasts up to a minute coming from what sounds like behind the rear driver side tire. is this signs my fuel pump is failing?

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If your fuel pump was failing you would have engine problems the supply of fuel would be interupted, I would guess that you have a wheel bearing that is worn out you can check this yourself by jacking the rear of the car up wheel off the ground one side at a time,take the wheel with one hand 9o'clock and other 3 o'clock and try moving it back and forth if there is any movement at all even just a little you need a new wheel bearing after you drive a few miles it heat up and make a humming grinding noise that seems to correspond with your speed ,speed up it gets louder and faster ,slow down it it slows down . they are costly but your safety is at risk and others safety is to.get it taking care of asap .

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I would have the diff and rear wheel bearings checked as wellas the fuel pump when was the last time the oil was checked in the diffs and gearbox transfere case?

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    its front wheel drive so there is no rear differential, nor is there a transfer case. but i will check the wheel bearing.

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