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Humming noise from front right passenger side of chrysler 300, changed the tires and the noise is still there. any suggestions??

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Typical wheel bearing sound
when you drive, safely swerve on the road from left to right and again. when you swerve right the sound should attenuate when left it should be louder.

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You have a bad bearing. If you have AWD its covered by powertrain warranty if still in effect. Rear wheel drive it wont be covered.

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