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What could cause a pulsating grinding/roaring noise from the rear end when traveling straight and intensified when turning right? When turning left the noise stops.


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a rear wheel bearing. it's a hub and bearing. Most likely the left rear. when you make a left turn the weight of your car goes to the outside of the turn and the weight is lifted off the left side bearing. In a right turn the weight is shifted to the outside where the bearing makes more noise under the pressure.


   
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