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Old 09-16-2011, 07:29 AM   #1
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Humming niose while costing

Past week or so? Been noticing a loud humming niose on my front left side of my car when ever im costing past 50kmph. Really bugging me

It's a 2005 honda civic with about 94xxxkms on it. Could it be the tire fucked? Possibly not cause the tire its just under 1 year new. Any suggestions to what it could be would be greatly appreciated
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If the sound goes with the speed of the car and is only on the one corner, I'd say tire or wheel bearing.
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Im gonna go with bearing aswell.
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Well took it to a Honda dealership they said it wasn't my wheel bearing. Just tire noise? But I've had the tire for about almost a year now and that noise hasn't come up till this past week. So idk I'll rotate the tires and see if the noise disappears. If not then I'm stump
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I've seen blown belts on week old tires.
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Well I just finished rotating the tires, I will watch it the next couple days and see if the noise is still there :/ if so guess time to get new tires? or just get the bearing done
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does the noise change when you swerve from side to side hard. if so i would say its a wheel bearing, if not its most likly a tire noise, im a honda tech prob 7/10 times a civic comes in with a noise like that its tires
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does the noise change when you swerve from side to side hard. if so i would say its a wheel bearing, if not its most likly a tire noise, im a honda tech prob 7/10 times a civic comes in with a noise like that its tires
This isn't ALWAYS (but mostly haha) true, It could still be a wheel bearing even It's an easy diagnosis. My money is on wheel bearing, but it's always best to have someone check it out if you're not too sure.
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steady bearing I had the same problem last week and replaced mine no more humming!
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well, you can just swap the suspected tire to the rear and see if the sounds comes with it. if not, then its bearing, if yes, then its the tire.

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