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    Oscillating noise at 70mph

    Thanks for your input. I intend to drive the car as usual for now and monitor any changes in behavior. If something does change I will take it for suspension check at Tesla. The tires were bought brand new at TireRack. In my experience they are a good company and if tires are the cause I will...
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    Oscillating noise at 70mph

    To answer a few of your questions.... 1. This noise becomes really prominent at 65-70 mph. It is present at lower speeds, but is more subtle and I probably would not be able to pick it up with my iPhone. 2. It does matter what surface I’m driving on in that subtle road imperfections like cracks...
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    Oscillating noise at 70mph

    Climate control is on auto. Bearings were replaced as the likely source of this noise.
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    Oscillating noise at 70mph

    Hi, I’m having issues with oscillating noise at highway speeds. I recently picked up my car from service during which both front bearings were replaced, but it did not fix the issue. I made a video where this noise is heard and it sounds like ouuuuh....ouuuuh.....ouuuuh low pitch sound. Here is...

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