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    Scott

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  • Lexus Model
    GS350 AWD
  • Lexus Year
    2007
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    Michigan (MI)

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  1. Patti- Though it was not a Lexus, I had a 2006 Trailblazer SS before this car that I had to replace both front wheel bearings (Chevy's are known for that problem). Your symtoms do seem like they maybe wheel bearing related based upon your desription. I would say try the right one first. Since the sound changes only when you make a turn one way but not the other, often times that is an indication that the opposite wheel bearing has gone bad. Denny- Thank you for the welcome and for offering your thoughts. I have checked everything wheel related and we where looking at the drive shafts. The rea
  2. New to the forums as a member but I have checked in before for some helpful tips. I have read throught the first 6 or 7 pages but have not run across a thread pertaining to a problem I am currently experiencing. I have an 07 GS350 AWD and have had it for just over a year. Recently I have started to get a vibration has been like nothing I have every felt before in any car. It comes and goes but has become for frequent lately. I am getting a vibration that begins around 60 mph. This is not a tire balancing issue as this was happening before I got new tires (I've had the new tires for about 800 m
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