WHEN I DRIVING THERE SEEMS TO BE A ROARING NOISE AND I DON'T HAVE TO BE GOING AT A HIGH SPEED.I HAVE NEW TIRES,BRAKES AND ROTOR,AXLE BOOTS REPLACED,FRONT END ALIGNED AND TIRES BALANCED.
ROARING NOISE on 1996 Ford Explorer
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ANSWER by Boston1 ,
February 22, 2011
Did you have the front wheel bearings checked out ? Most of the time that complant goes back to hub bearing failure!
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