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When I reach 90 KM I can hear a humming sound coming from what I think is the back of the car. It increases as I increase the speed of the car.

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Probably a worn wheel bearing...sound like the prop engines of a WWII bomber?
Jack up each wheel and rotate it as quickly as poss, listening for roughness and vibration.

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Time to replace the ( ball-bearings) (roll-man) its affordable but really important for not losing the whole axial

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