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What would be the cause of a rear wheel noise? It is getting louder.

(2002 Honda Civic)
in Brookfield, WI on June 17, 2013
It starts to make noise when you go 20mph and goes away under that
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of Greg's Orange Auto on June 18, 2013
POSS TIIRE NOISE OR REAR BEARINGS
on June 17, 2013
Tires 'cupping' on inside of tread , probably. Have the tires been rotated regularly? Has it had an alignment? Condition of struts? Tire balance been checked? All could have an effect on tire wear. No fix other than replacing tires , if wear pattern is the cause of noise. If you replace them get the suspension and alignment taken care of as needed , so as not to have the new tires do the same.
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