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Rumbling noise from front at very low speed.

(2001 Volvo S40)
in Poway, CA on November 08, 2012
after a cold start, I hear a rumbling/crackling noise from the left front of the car when the car is moving very slowly (5mph when I don't press the gas and slowly moving forward). I do not hear any noise when going over 10 mph. After the car warms up the noise goes away. Other than that the car runs fine. Could it be a bearing problem.
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of Greg's Orange Auto on November 08, 2012
have frt wheel bearings ck'd
on November 08, 2012
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