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What causes roaring noise in your 2000 ford explorer front rear end?


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2005-09-05 01:57:08
2005-09-05 01:57:08

Front Rear End? Does that make sense? Front differential? maybe? Low fluid, wheel bearing, choppy worn tires?


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the noise coming from this truck is the uv goints

A roaring sound is usually caused by a worn out wheel bearing.

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Bearings misassembled, tire nosie, brake noise, noise in axle, noise in transmission, etc.

From my research on the Internet , the wheel bearing assembly needs to be replaced. Most likely both of them while you are doing one.

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