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Somewhere..degrees..goes away..Pitch of the vibration increases

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My car has developed a noise somewhere in its drivetrain... it is a low vibration, almost a growl, barely audible, that appears when I am turning the car a few degrees to the left, but goes away on straightaway driving and right turning. Pitch of the vibration increases and decreases with driving speed. It doesn't seem to affect handling.

I drive a 2000 Hyundai Tiburon.
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Car
Expert:  danny replied 7 years ago.

This tells me you have a hub and or half axle shaft bearing going. I just replaced mine.

 

 

if it s happens more when turning rightits the right one and vice versa

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