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1990 camry noise from front end while driving. gets louder till 70 mph then quiets some

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If you drive at about 40 on a smooth road,and "weave" left and right. Does the noise get noticeably quieter one way than the other? If it does ,it's a wheel bearing. Easy fix (I'd change both if thats the case)
If the noise doesn't change,it has to be a transmission bushing or final drive noise,not good.
Hope this helps.

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I cant drive your car but you do have a wheel bearing bad left or right i dont know

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