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# You have a consistent humming noise coming from the front wheels it is not so noticeable at slow speeds but gets louder at higher speeds you think it might be the wheel bearings it does have 103000 mi?

151617 ###### 2005-10-02 18:28:38

it would most likely be the bearings but in some cases sometimes the axle make a humming noise when traveling at high speeds.(front wheel drive)

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