Q: Noise from front end at low speed

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Hi, I am getting a noise from the front end at low speed.Or you can say its quite noticeable at low speed. Its a constant noise like a motor grinding. Its gone as soon as I apply breaks and the car stops completely. Yesterday I dive down the hill and put the car to Neutral while the car was moving. The noise was till there. I checked the CVT fluid its Pink and seems OK. Now I am not sure that this noise from the CVT bearings or from Wheel bearings. Can you please advice and help. Other then that the transmission seems ok. I can drive it normally but its this noise which is driving me crazy. My car has an automatic transmission.

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