Q: I am getting a squeaking noise from the left rear wheel not coming from the brakes on my 2013 Porsche Panamera 4

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When I first start driving there is a squealing noise coming only from the left rear wheel. The noise happens when I am driving not while breaking. Brakes and sensors were replaced at 42300 miles.

My car has 42700 miles.

Hi there. In most cases, a squeaking noise coming from a wheel is caused by worn out wheel bearings. This is common with a Porsche and many other European performance models around 50,000 miles. However, it could also be a warped brake rotor or simply an excessive amount of brake dust that simply needs to be cleaned off. It’s probably a good idea to have a professional mobile mechanic come to your location and diagnose the source of your squeaking noise as if it’s a wheel bearing failure, or brake rotor failure, it can become dangerous to continue driving the vehicle.

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