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Hey there,

Been looking around on forums, and Suspect the answer is wheel bearing. But had a few more details and wondering if someone has a differing opinion.

2007 Tucson GL 4x4, manual, 175K miles
New tires
New rear breaks

Whining noise in rear, gets louder and higher pitch at higher speeds. Most noticable at 40 mph +
Not unbearable, just annoying. Similar to a cupped tires, but tires are fine (new).
when turning a sharp left, with load on right rear, the noise goes away.

Bearing? Drive shaft? rear diff?

Thoughts and opinions welcome :)
Thanks for your time in advance.
 

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A wheel bearing makes a low down groaning noise (rer rer rer rer) that gets louder as you go faster and sometimes makes a louder noise as you turn.
 
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