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Need Help strange resonace

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I have a 2000 S and it starts to make a strange high resonance. The noise does not vary with the rpm but with the speed. It comes from the rear, it’s a kind of rotation noise and It´s so strong that I virtually cant wear the engine. When the car is stopped I can accelerate at top and the engine as no strange noises. The noise is strong at 60-70 km/h, 100 and 120, and when decelerating, even whit the engine at idle, 800 rpm, the sound continues at that speeds. Any idea? Thanks

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Sorry, just noticed this question. Did you get it sorted out?

It could be a worn CV joint? It is common for the rubber boots protecting the CV joint to fail and grit/grime to get into the joint.

Get under the car (safely) and see if your CV boots are intact.

It could also be a wheel bearing. Does the noise get worse when you corner?

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I see that this thread as well as many of the posts on this board are quite old, I wonder if many are using this.

I had what sounds like a similar issue, after driving for a while between say 40 and 60 mph I would get a very noticeable resonance or whistle. it was kind of like an "A" note, fifth fret on the high E string for you guitar players out there. This went on for a while and it was driving me nuts as I could not tell where it was coming from. Searching forums showed that I was not the only one hearing this. My first clue was when I noticed that the sound went away every time I touched the brakes. My brakes were not worn out but they were a bit squealy and the rotors were not great. I think the PO replaced pads and did not replace or resurface the rotors as there was a noticeable lip on the outer circumference of each one. So last Saturday I replaced all pads and rotors and voila- resonant whistle is GONE!

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