noise coming from right front side

graveshifter666
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Asked by graveshifter666 Jul 24, 2013 at 10:57 AM about the 2002 Chevrolet Avalanche

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

a noise is coming from the right front side.. at first it was just making noise when veering to the left..now it more noticeable, the breaking is fine.. and the car doesn't go to one side to much when brakes are applied... could it be the sway bar?? or the tire rods??

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Michael McGrail
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What kind of noise? Do you have any vibration when driving? When braking? Need some more details to help.

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Michael Kane
5,235

Sounds like a bad wheel bearing, if it is replace both sides up front.

7jimmy7
10,615

tie rods are usually quiet ,a clunk or squeak can be a sway bar bushing, a rotating sound could be tire,wheel, or bearing, and sometime a caliber

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David Scott
335

Sounds like a bearing. I replaced the entire hubs on mine the hardest part was getting the old one to break free. Overall not a hard job. Mine is an 03 and I did them last summer

califcarson
2,975

Check your brake pads also. You said a slight pull? Besides the bearing maybe being bad, the pulling could be worn pads also. As long as your tearing down the wheel area, it wouldn't be much more to replace the pads if warn and resurface the rotors.

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