Q: Wheel seems grab make noise

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Driving wheel seems grab every roll of wheel. noise with speed

My car has 127888 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

The front wheel bearings may be going bad in the front and can start to bind when driving. The problem may start intermittent then get worse and happen more and more often. Have the front wheel bearings checked along with brake inspection for problems from wheel wobbling and rotor hitting on caliper bracket.

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