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Front wheel noise similar to break sensor. But is not the breaks. It gets worse 30 to 60 MPH as I am turning right. Sounds as it would be the bearings. But I have my doubts about that one.

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  • raspyvox Sep 30, 2008

    I recently bought new tires. My original ones were scalloped. Now with new ones I hear a humming and a slight pull to the right. With a few hundred miles on the new tires I have a little feathering on the insides. Is it the front bear or an alignment problem.

  • Anonymous Nov 28, 2008

    There is a noise coming from the front of the car ('92 Buick Skylark) and sounds like a growling noise. It happens when the steering wheel is turned to the right, never the left. It also happens if the car goes over a moderately-steep dip in the road. Seems to be getting louder. Can't tell exactly where the noise is coming from, right or left, but if between those two, I'd have to say the right side.



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DEFENALY WHEEL BEARING,THEY ARE VERU COMON PROBLEMS,

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