Like I said earlier in this thread both of you guys most likely have a "chop" in your tire. Its common when you either dont align or rotate the tires enough. Also if you have directional tires you can only rotate them front to back without taking the tire off of the rim to move it to the other side of the car...so the tire gets in a constant wear pattern which once it starts is almost impossible to change. You can either live with the noise or you can try to get that tire to the other side of the car as long as you keep the tire moving in the correct direction. Finally you can obviously get new tires...buy 2 at a time (2 fronts or 2 rears)R0ME02984 said:I have the same problem and its not the brakes because I just upgraded my brakes, and its not the bearing because I got that swapped out. Toyota thinks its my tire, I'm gonna get that checked out after my car is out of the shop. You guys think its the tire? The noise gets louder as I speed up and levels out at a certain speed. But it goes away if i slow down. Any thoughts?