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Q: Noise coming from the front suspension

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There is a noise coming from the front suspension and the front wheel vibrates when driving more than 60 MPH.

Hello. This is a condition you should get inspected and repaired sooner than later since it affects the drivability of the vehicle. The symptoms you’re describing could be warped rotors, a bad wheel bearing, a bad tire, or worn suspension components. I believe you will need the aid of a mechanic to isolate this noise since this can affect the drivability and handling of the vehicle.

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