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  • karjunkie 06/22/10 12:53 pm PST

    More likely than not you have bad rear wheel bearings. If the noise rises and falls with the speed of the truck, then it is almost certainly the wheel bearings.

  • isellhondas 06/22/10 1:17 pm PST

    That's probably it unless it has a bad power steering pump that is growling.

    Someone who knows what they are doing needs to take a look at it.

  • ray80 06/22/10 2:54 pm PST

    Hhmm if yours is the AWD version and the noise could be described as moan/groan (usually at slow speeds) it may be Versatrak fluid is in need of change, because it happens when turning it may be low on fluid due to leak (rear differential). If its more of a metallic sound or humm it may be wheel bearing ( I would be thinking in the front if it seems more prevelant when turning).

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