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I have a2006 chevy2500 6.0 4 wheeldrive getting a noise from

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hi i have a2006 chevy2500 6.0 4 wheeldrive getting a noise from front driver side most noticible at 70 mph on a long curve to left sounds like a light thumping it is pretty consistant and just started yesterday i checked the axle boots no teara or leaks and tire pressure good mileage is 118 k concerned mark
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Chevy
Expert:  Chris (aka-Moose) replied 1 year ago.

Based on where it is and how it occurs. Can you check the wheel bearing and the axle shaft joints on this side for concerns. You may need to run it in 4wd in the air to listen from under the vehicle to find the source of the noise from the drivers wheel area.

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Thanks Chris