Nissan Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Usually this is a bad wheel bearing. What you can do to test it is weave back and forth in the lane as your driving and see if the sound changes pitch at all. If it does, then it's a wheel bearing. If not, then it's likely either one of the engine mounts or one of the bearings in the transmission. The most common would be a wheel bearing however.
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