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Noise in Jeep front end

I can't seem to locate the problem. I have a 96 Jeep Cherokee 4.0 fwd. I have a noise in the front end that sounds like its coming from the left side. Whenever I turn the wheel left I hear it , when I turn right it goes away. I thought it was a hub bearing so I replaced that , but thats not it either. I am baffled , if anyone has a opinion , I would like to hear it. Thanks

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whats the noise sound like ?
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It sounds like a muffled grinding noise
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I can't seem to locate the problem. I have a 96 Jeep Cherokee 4.0 fwd. I have a noise in the front end that sounds like its coming from the left side. Whenever I turn the wheel left I hear it , when I turn right it goes away. I thought it was a hub bearing so I replaced that , but thats not it either. I am baffled , if anyone has a opinion , I would like to hear it. Thanks
if the noise is less when you turn right than its the right bearing thats bad
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OK Thanks

I will pull a wheel and check it out
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Yep... it is the right front hub bearing. replacing it now. Thanks
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