Question about Dodge 2007 Grand Caravan
Posted by Anonymous on
Can only guess what it sounds like...but....if you've eliminated a bad tire( and it's not exhaust noise)....and it only occurs when you are moving...and gets worse as you speed up... it's likely the front wheel bearing assembly. This problem, if ignored, gets louder and has a dull distinctive grinding sound (like a bald tire driving on small gravel).
A rear wheel bearing assembly on the van will give little notice at highway speeds and can fail badly and leave the tire and wheel loose and it can totally destroy the wheelwell, axle and tire.
Neither should be ignored. Be safe.
Posted on Apr 29, 2015
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