Q: Noise from driver's side tire.

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When driving, I can hear a noise coming from the driver's side tire.

Hello, Locating and diagnosing a noise is a hands on operation. You will need the aid of mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, in this case since there are too many variable to make a recommendation.

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