DB9 Top Gear Track
AO Silver Member
Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: United Kingdom
County: East Sussex
How on earth can be so specific as to where it's coming from when travelling >30mph?
I would've though anything serious would manifest itself as steering wheel wobble or failing to maintain a straight line. CVs, bearings and driveshafts have a faily noticable knock/rumble rather than a grinding noise.
Park it up and lift one of the front wheels making sure to chock the other 3 and apply the handbrake, start it up and ask a mate to take it up to 30 and have a look. You never know, the culprit may present itself. If you can't see/hear anything try the same with the other wheel.
HEALTH & SAFETY - there'll be a lot of moving parts, keeps hands, hair and clothing away from anything that moves while you're under there.
You may (well, more likely will) get an ABS alarm, it'll clear after it's been driven for a while.
All the best
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