just bought a 2004 Dakota and when driving i hear a sound which sounds like tires
rotating. the sound goes with the tires, slow when slow and speed up when going faster.
anyone else have this problem and possibly knows what it may be?? advise would be
Buy some different tires, and have a different sound.~
Tires are in great condition. Bit too expensive to get if it is not the problem.
It was the 2 front hub bearings..all fixed and quiet :) much cheaper than buying new tires when the ones i have are good.
Tanya, can be that sound described as a rumble, like when you step on the road markers that serves to tell you are getting out of the road? A roaring sound? Having similar problem here with a 2010.
My girlfriend just had this problem with her 2004 Chevrolet Impala, not sure if this is connected or not, but her problem was wheel bearings. The sound sounds like the tires are whining at higher speeds, and we took it to a garage and found out that it was the wheel bearings. Hope this helped!
yes, take a front wheel up in the air, push and pull and see how much free play and whether it sounds like it's been to the beach~
Do front end alighnment then 2 new front tires spend it now or spend it later I promise you
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