Question about 2001-2006 Chevy Tahoe 2WD Front Wheel Bearing & Hub Assembly
Could be a wheel bearing. jack up the front end and secure with a jack stand or two. grab the tire at 12 o clock and 6 o clock and see if you get movement. also since it is 2 wheel drive the tire should be easy to spin. While it is jacked up spin it as fast as you can and see if you hear the noise. Some shops have a little motor with a wheel that they do this with. Hope these help.
Posted on Feb 11, 2014
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