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Old 11-06-2009, 07:24 AM
2fas4u 2fas4u is offline
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Default Help with noise while driving

Hi guys posted here because Im not sure if it is tire related or not? I have been having a "woop woop woop" noise comming from my front end when I drive. It used to only make that sound when I turned the wheel while driving. Sounds like cupped tires but they only had 7000 miles on them. I had the front wheel bearings replaced and it still makes the noise. I had the tires rotated and its still there as well. I am now thinking it is either warped rotors or the tires. I dont get any pulsing in the steering wheel but I do hear the pads engage and stop like they are hitting on the high spots. Any ideas?

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Old 01-24-2010, 06:28 PM
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I'm having a similar problem with my 2000 B4000. I did bearings, rotated tires, and got the rotors turned, but still have the same issue. Any luck with years?
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