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Question about 1999 Suburban

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...any other attempt to change the frequency. What is the most likely cause? Start by inspecting your tires. Look for uneven tread ware, tire separation (a bubble) on the inside or outside. Then change ...

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Question about 1997 Stratus

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is not that loud, but it is there. As I increase speed the roar become louder. I thought it was the tires but I went over a newly resurfaced bridge the tires made a distinct sound and the roar did not

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...enough at about 30 it starts and gets extremely loud around 55 mph. I just assumed her "low end" tires (Pathfinders) from Discount Tire Co were just wearing poorly and it was causing the roar. It ...

Roaring in the front end of my 05 civic, changed two sets of tire You can't even talk on a cell phone while driving. Replace the front wheel bearings.Thats where you are getting the roaring from.

Pontiac has new tires and still has a loud roar in the front, gets louder the faster you go. Sounds like a plane taking off or something. did the roar start befor or after you change the tires ? i ...

roaring sound and it will increase with speed. Also, if you haven't rotated your tires in a while, they could also be making that sound. Check your rear tires especially by running your hand along the

my 2005 Honda Pilot. I changed out the: 1) Both front tires; 2) Front Sway Bars; and 3) Bearing on the front driver's side, but the roaring sound had not gone away, any suggestions? Pass anger bearing

Question about 2007 Rondo LX V6

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What causes loud roar from rear of car? I bought new tires, the store changed to different tires still same problem. Its a roar almost Does it change when you corner? It may be a wheel bearing

Why do I have a roar in new truck tires ? Put new tires on truck. Larger than previous, 245-70-17 to 265-70-17, but now have a roar or whine at certain speeds. Please take a look at this article. It ...

Question about 2004 F150

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...roaring noise, tires? No steering issues, brake problems, just a load roar over 25 mph, in drive or neutral. If it is the tires, the noise will change on different road surfaces. If it doesn't, then ...

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