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Whining noise at speed 35/40 left front side wheel 2000 infinity qx4

Whining noise at 35/40 mph noise stopeswhen you get down to about 33mph 2000infinity qx4

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Try driving at 35/40, so you can hear the noise, try swerving (just a little) to the left, if the noise goes away, when you swerve, you most likely have a bad wheel bearing on that side.

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