The back left tire area makes a loud buzzing noise, and it causes slight vibration through the car. It gets louder as the car increases speed. I can still drive the car, it doesn't cause the steering wheel to shake at all at any speed, it is just loud in the cabin. When I turn hard left the weight of the car shifts to the right and the vibration and noise stop. When I turn right and the weight of the car shifts to the left and more weight is on that left back tire it seems to get a bit louder. I just had the tires rotated and I tried to wash out any rocks or other objects that might be caught and causing the problem. I can't seem to figure it out. I drove it on a 12 hour road trip( I probably shouldn't have) but it seems fine to drive. It doesn't seem to be the brake caliper either. Any advice you can give me please let me know! Thanks!
have the same problem?
Tuesday, August 6th, 2013 AT 9:13 AM