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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-29-05, 05:07 AM Thread Starter
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Question Puzzled by noise back left of car

The car is EDxr6 148,000 on clock LSD 3:45 Have performed all possibe tests and changed oil. Noise comes in at 110km like a grinding tyre on plastic ? Has anyone got any ideas please .This is my work bus so I hear the noise every day.
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Re: Puzzled by noise back left of car

Sounds weird but change your tyre with the spare and see if it's still there. When tyres feather they can sound like wheel bearings etc. do that and discount all possibilities then go from there.
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Re: Puzzled by noise back left of car

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Sounds weird but change your tyre with the spare and see if it's still there. When tyres feather they can sound like wheel bearings etc. do that and discount all possibilities then go from there.
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Re: Puzzled by noise back left of car

Thanks for the replies so far , Swapping tyres was on the to do list , The tyres on there are lucky to have done 2000km .
They are the new Bridgestone that Brocky advertises what can you expect from a Holden driver ! Should have gone for the k406 Hankook !
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