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My tacoma makes a loud roaring noise while I am driving. (Changed tires already still happens) Worse when I turn the wheels toward the passenger (right) Gets bette when I turn left. Constant while going forward.

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Have your wheel bearings checked out. sounds like a wheel bearing going bad, if you said it gets worse when turning right have your left wheel bearings checked for wear. weight transfer will put more strain on the bearings and make them louder.

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