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      04-30-2013, 01:55 AM   #1
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woo noise from rear right tire

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I got my rear right RFT repaired about a week ago at discount tire and starting to hear very subtle woo noise from rear right wheel since then. it appears around >30mph but does not get louder at higher speed. one really have to listen carefully to hear this noise. car drives ok no vibrations at any speed. could this be caused by the repaired tire or wheel bearing (which does not seems like).

will visit tire shop again when the bridgestone order arrives but just want to get some clue here.

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      06-23-2013, 12:39 AM   #2
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Had the RRT replaced on mine due to road hazard. Had a similar noise. Just got it back after the SECOND RR wheel bearing replacement. Might want to have them check the bearing.

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Had the RRT replaced on mine due to road hazard. Had a similar noise. Just got it back after the SECOND RR wheel bearing replacement. Might want to have them check the bearing.

-JDR
Hi:

thanks for help. I did have dealer checked twice but they didn't hear anything "abnormal". The SA even suggested this could be the axle noise.

Was the noise pretty loud in your case? in my case, one really have to listen carefully to catch it and I have had it for more than 1500 miles didn't get worse.

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