When traveling at 55 mph a drone sound is heard which seems to be coming from the right front. I then slow down and just before the vehicle comes to a halt the sound abruptly ends. I then accelerate to cruising speed and the sound does not return until another day
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My daughter has a 2001 Focus with similar sound, problem. Just drove it from Portland Oregon to Newport Oregon approx. 140 miles. Hwy. 20 the route from I-5 to the coast has some pretty sharp corners. There was this knot head behind me tailgating. So,coming into the sharp corners I decided to accelerate hard through the corners to gain some distance away from the guy. Well guess what? 45-50 mph into a 25 mph right hand corner and the noise totally stopped for a few seconds. I did this again and the same thing...no noise! So, on the next left hand corner I powered into it. The noise increased. I had the back seats down as well, carting a surf board, which allowed the noise level to be established that it was from the rear of the car. With the seats up it was impossible to tell where the noise was coming from; But down clearly from the rear. Now, going through those sharp corners, the right hand corner throws weight to the left front wheel and the right rear tire tends to lift releasing weight pressure on the bearing resulting in the no noise event. Thus I am absolutely convinced that it is a bearing failure in the passenger side rear wheel. Quit by accident to have stumbled onto this today...amazing! Now, Looking for directions on how to replace the bearing which is how I stumbled onto this post. Have a good one!!!