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40k? Your truck is 4 years old. Isn't the warranty 5years 60k miles on the drivetrain? I would think the hub/bearings is part of the drivetrain.

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Yessir. Since it is 4wd , I would assume the front bearings are drivetrain but don't know fo sho. I meant disappointed just because it is not a lot of miles. Most I see go well above 100k.
I would love to take the truck in, but I know how hard it can be to diagnose a sound. Especially when it is seemingly random. My fear is that it would be a waste of time.


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Yessir. Since it is 4wd , I would assume the front bearings are drivetrain but don't know fo sho. I meant disappointed just because it is not a lot of miles. Most I see go well above 100k.
I would love to take the truck in, but I know how hard it can be to diagnose a sound. Especially when it is seemingly random. My fear is that it would be a waste of time.
Might as well take it in for funsies. Tech might say f it and put a set of hubs on it.

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Yessir. Since it is 4wd , I would assume the front bearings are drivetrain but don't know fo sho. I meant disappointed just because it is not a lot of miles. Most I see go well above 100k.
I would love to take the truck in, but I know how hard it can be to diagnose a sound. Especially when it is seemingly random. My fear is that it would be a waste of time.
Might as well take it in for funsies. Tech might say f it and put a set of hubs on it.

Where in nova are you? My dads in Stafford county...
I'm not too far from Stafford in Prince William County. Just off the Hellhole called I66. Lol.


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I had a noise in my '04 that I thought was the unit bearing, but with basic inspections with it on jackstands I could never say for sure it was the problem. I finally pulled the caliper to where I could really get down to just the bearing with no other interference. Even then, at first I wasn't sure, but when I turn it slowly and used a stethoscope, I could hear the flat rollers. When I swapped the bearing, the noise on the road was gone. The bearing itself felt great, no slop, and it spun very well too. At speed though, it made a noise.

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Looks like I may finally have a dry day! Well, dryer anyway. I still don't think its a bearing because it is only intermittent, when turning and going uphill at an angle. But.... I have been wrong before. Just ask my ex.


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Ive had wheel bearing failure on stock 08 at 40K before. No noise on straight driving. Only noticed at odd angles and turns. Jack it up and check. My money is on bearing.

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I had what sounds like a similar issue. My driver front tire would rub on the wheel well liner only when turning left, with some articulation. I could see where the wheel well liner was kinda warped inward a little, towards the tire. I just cut out the are that looked warped, no more noise.
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Well, no luck so far. I jacked up one side of the truck at a time to flex the front a bit and nothing looked close. I wiggled each front wheel and found no noticeable play. I drove up a loading ramp one wheel at a time. Ugh.
I am almost inclined to think that there is something moving behind the dash, or under the hood. I'm going to try to root around the engine bay today. I did make sure the batteries are snug in their homes.


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My truck makes the same sound with leveling kit and stocks, pretty sure it’s not the tires. I think it has something to do with the ABS in my opinion. Was on a small road going about 10mph and the road turned sharp and went downhill in the turn an it made the sound and then one of the brakes on the front felt like it locked and then unlocked. But it has only done that once. But I can turn left out of work everyday and it makes the sound. I know my tires don’t rub.
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