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Mk3 Front Wheel Bearing

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please can people help can any one tell me what sort of noise a worn Wheel Bearing would give as I have a very loud humming noise at about 40 mph and as I go faster the noise speeds up but does not change when clutch is disengaged and the engine sounds do not change :rolleyes:

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jack ya car up and shake ur wheel side to side up and down, this will tell you if its fooked or not

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What he said. The other option that springs to mind is a worn cv joint.

A shot wheelbearing generally sounds like a low-pitched grinding noise/rumble, and you might find that it gets worse/better if you steer left or right.

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