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I just had new tires put on the front and a front end alignment,also when i go 60 miles an hr i here a hollering noise

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It's probably your calipers. I just had the exact same problem and it was my front drivers side caliper. Rides quiet now. Have someone check it out. When they lift the car and spin the wheels, it didn't turn easily at all. The passenger wheel did very easily though. Anyways, the part is around $125. Don't know what labor is. Got it on the house.

Posted on Aug 12, 2008

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