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Old 06-25-2019, 11:27 PM
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Quiet and loud moaning with a little jerk

Hey guys so my ex went up on a curb ( front right) and put a foot gash in the tire about two months ago and it's been making this weird moaning sometimes grinding sound. I fixed my upper ball joint on left side because it was completely gone.
Been hearing scraping sound coming from front left brake plate so I cut that off at the point where it was making noise, now that's all set.
But I'm still hearing the moaning sound sometimes faint sometimes louder. Sometimes like an airplane, and when it happens the car tends to like squeeze a little and jerk. No shaking though.
Any ideas on what it could be?!

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Old 06-26-2019, 10:33 AM
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First thing to check would be the hub assembly, sounds like the bearing may have suffered some damage.
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Old 06-26-2019, 10:41 AM
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Is that's the case, then I'll take my old bearing I took off the right side and put it on my left side..even though the abs wire is cut I just want to see if that'll get rid of the noise..if it does..I'll buy another hub bearing assembly with a abs wire..I replaced my right side already and still have my old one...would this work??

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You know you can take the speed sensor off the hub assembly.

Swapping in a used one is OK as long as the used one is good.
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First thing to check would be the hub assembly, sounds like the bearing may have suffered some damage.
Yeah but would the wheel bearing cause the trailblazer squeezing? I'm about to swap out the one in my trunk with the front left today to see if noise goes away. I doubt it though. Sounds more maybe like brake calipers and coming out on there own or something..doubt that though too because of the moaning groaning noises..
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