noise problems on 1996 Dodge Dakota

When I am driving on the freeway about 75 mph my truck makes a rubbing noise coming from the front left end. Could you tell me what the cause of this noise might be (possible symptoms)?

by in Auburn Hills, MI on November 25, 2010
1 answer
ANSWER by on November 25, 2010
You could have a wheel bearing making noise, tire tread cupping or feathering making noise...brake backing plate contacting and making noise... A good local physical inspection is in order. Here are some shops near you: Good luck and Happy Thanksgiving!
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