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Question about 2004 Aveo

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...noise. It can also greatly depend on what type of tire you purchased. Head to www.tirerack.com and search for the tire you purchased and see if the reviewers attribute it to added road noise. The ...

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...tire is road noise from the right rear tire. The tire is new. Could a bad CV be the noise culprit? Without being there to actually hear the noise its hard to say. Make sure your lug nuts are torqued ...

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...tire noise or someting more serious? Otherwise the car is great. Always well maintained. Could be tire noise, could be rear wheel bearing, differential (if rear wheel driven), or could be something ...

Question about 1993 240

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noise is un bearable. Can anyone recommend a quieter tire. Go to Tire Rack http://www.tirerack.com/ Enter the information and click tires. Once you fill in the needed information on the exact Corvette

...tire noise? Honda Pilot 111,000 miles. I hear a pulsating 'roaring' noise on all types of road surfaces even at low speeds(20 mph), louder at 40mph, then doesn't seem as loud at 65-70 mph, probably ...

Question about 2005 LeSabre

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...tire is cupped causing humming noise or grease inside sealed wheel bearing is burnt up. I would take front tire and move to the back of the car. Then drive again. If noise stays the same you probably ...

...you have large tire tread then it is probably tire to road noise, this is nothing to worry about. The best way to tell is driving on different road surfaces. the noise will change as the road

...noise . Check Tires for feather edge. Join your fingers together, move around the rear Tire from front to back and vice versa on both of the rear Tires and feel the smoothness. If the tread of the ...

Question about 2005 Aviator

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...tire on the road noise As I get up to speed I can hear the tire on the road noise it get loader as I speed up and slows as I slow down.I believe its the rear tire or tires Try gently "weaving " back ...

...noise is tire generated and there is a big difference in noise between tire brands and tire designs when run at the optimum tire pressures. It is generally the case that the cheaper brands of tires ...

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