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Hi guys I have a sort of whirring growling type noise at front end of car , it comes in at around 25-30mph right up to around 60mph , could it be a dry / worn front wheel bearing , any thoughts 

The mike

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When driving at the speed were the noise is worse gently move the steering left and right to see if noise increases or decreases this will show as a wheel bearing .if no change then swop your wheels front rear to to rule out noises front tyres .

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