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Does it still do it with the A/C and radio turned off? If so, try shifting it into a lower gear. Then steer it right and left. Drag the brakes lightly. Change the pressure in the tires considerably, maybe 20PSI instead of 35. but don't drive ti very far like that. Post back if any of those change the noise or don't.
 
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Finding wierd noises can be extremely difficult. There are tools to help such as remote microphones you can place around the car. Those can be a little pricey, but when all else fails---. Sometimes having a pasenger who can move around inside the car and listen helps. Or you can lash your passenger to the hood or the trunk --- don't try this at home.
 
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I've had no luck finding bad unit bearings by shaking or listening off the ground. A couple of them I replaced were still fine turning them after they had been removed. Couldn't find a thing wrong with them except that they would growl when on the car under load. Turning right/left did help identify which one to suspect.
 

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Put it on a lift and start looking/listening around drive shaft.
 
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