correction on earlier question

Asked by Nov 04, 2011 at 12:21 PM about the 2001 Mazda MPV DX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My sense of direction apparently went south - the noise is coming from the right front, not the left front.  It's also getting more rapid after I've driven the car for awhile, and then applied the brakes.  The sound seems somewhat affected by the brake being applied, but not consistently.  Thanks.

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It sounds like either a tire or wheel bearing nose. does it get louder when turning at a constant speed in one direction and lessen in the other?

As best as I can tell, it seems to be a bit louder when turning towards the left, but it's really intermittent. thanks for your reply.

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