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  1. That is a lot for wheel bearings' replacement. Hopefully this one won't be as bad. Thanks for the reply.
  2. Thanks a bunch for fast response. From what I know, the car had the engine installed by a 3rd party shop, not an authorized Porsche dealer. The engine did come from Germany as a new engine. What I also found out when I visited the shop that installed the engine and the clutch, is that one of the rear wheels was slightly bent but it did balance. My guess is that the wheel was never fixed and after 10,000 miles the rear bearing just quit from all the vibration. If I do get the car I'd have to drive it from FL to IL, so I need to be certain that my wheels are going to turn! Hopefully it's
  3. Greetings All, I think I landed on the best Porsche forum on the web and I feel privliged for being able to post here. The problem: I'm looking into buying a '00 Carrera, which was originally bought in Canada. The car has a new engine and clutch w/ about 10k miles on it. When I went to test drive the car, right away I noticed a VERY LOUD humming noise coming from the back. It is there no matter what speed and it gets louder the faster you go. When I turned the steering wheel sharply to the left, the noise went away. As I straightened out the wheels, the noise came back. The car
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