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    squeaking noise while going straight

    Please don't tell me to search because i've searched already and can't find anything about my topic.

    My car squeaks when i go straight. The frequency of the squeaking increases as my speed increases. It sounds like a hamster running on a rusty exercise wheel. The noise goes away if it's raining or the ground is wet.

    With my search, i've found out that it could be my lower balljoints, power steering, a arm bushings, wheel bearings.

    I don't think it's the power steering, lower balljoints or a arm bushings because it only happens when i'm going straight. So it's probably the wheel bearings(?). The onlyt hing is that i thought a shotty wheel bearing would make a howling or grinding noise. Please help!!!!

    #2
    braking doesn't affect it?

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      #3
      Me too

      I am in the same boat as you man I have no idea what that noise is. How many miles do you have on the teg?

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        #4
        rear brakes sticking? happens on the G2 to many I'm told.

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          #5
          Originally posted by 2067739
          rear brakes sticking? happens on the G2 to many I'm told.
          Yes, i was thinking that maybe one of my rear calipers was siezed, but i don't think that's it. The sound is coming from the front (i think). And braking does not effect it. The some comes either way.

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            #6
            wheel bearing noise would increase with load i.e. turning...hmm.. hard to say without hearing it..

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              #7
              Originally posted by pleather
              wheel bearing noise would increase with load i.e. turning...hmm.. hard to say without hearing it..
              o and another thing.. rotate your tires.. that way you can rule out tires or something on the car

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