Vehicle: 2013 Nissan Sentra SV
I bought this used car last year. I had a rear wheel bearing go out and replaced it myself, no issues.
Recently, I started getting a similar, but different sound from the front drivers side. I went ahead and replaces the brakes and the front driver wheel bearing. I am an amateur mechanic and struggled some with the front wheel bearing but I felt good about it once complete.
The problem is that I still have a sound. It sounded like a bad tire so I decided to rotate them. While I had the front end up on both sides I put it in drive and if I lay my fingers on the inside of the rim I can clearly feel a bump in the rotation. I’m sure this is my sound. Again, this is now a different tire, wheels straight, tires suspended. I dont hear anything. Steers fine, no noise while driving other than the vibration sound from the wheel which I only hear with windows up. No audible sound with windows down.