I have a 2 whel drive Santafe GLS. It makes a growling or rumbel sound from
back end and Can almost feel the sound in the floorboards too. 20 mph up. I
Found out from the alignment shop the car has been in an accident and
repaired. Private purchase so I have to fix it! only 15k miles but alignment
is out by .5" Toe out? on passenger rear side. Tire wear looks good but
alignment shop told me to take it to a body shop as they could not move it
Going to take it to a body shop, but wondering if alignment can cause bad
bearing or rotor warp? Is noise maybe from just tires?
Anyone know about the frame on these cars? How much problems do I have?
first thanks for help and informatin.
It sounds like you'll need a lot of work. I wouldn't expect the toe to
cause a bearing or rotor issue, but the impact may have caused a bearing
Since it's two wheel drive, you could jack it up and spin the wheel and
see if you can hear anything. If so, you probably have a bad bearing as
Thanks for your information.
I assume most probelms like this can be fixed. I am not expert on cars but I
would think the only things that move are the rotors, bearings and wheels
with no driveshaft. If you think of anything else to help me let me know
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