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hi i have a lexus gs430 2001 i have a slight ticking noise from the passanger side when i drive and when i hit the brakes the noise goes away. while driving straight makes the ticking noise turning noise goes away untill steering is straight again.can that be the hub bearings ??

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Patty Streeter,  at AskPatty.com Adam, Wheel bearing usually cause a growling noise that gets louder when you turn left or right. You might want to have the brakes checked. If the vehicle has center caps on the wheels these might be causing the noise, if not you should have the suspension checked by a professional. You should alway make sure you take your car to an authorized Lexus dealer or to an ASE certified technician, and you can find one in your area by going here: http://www.ase.com/bluesealsearch/locator.php Good Luck!

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