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Front wheel periodically sounds like "air getting released from balloon noise."

virtualmethanevirtualmethane Posts: 2
edited March 2017 in Jeep
I have seen many on this forum complain about the front wheel "air getting released from balloon noise." It is a perfect description for what I am currently experiencing, but have not found a solution. I was going to change the hub, but the wheel is solid when I checked pads and rotor, with no play with the wheel... Has anyone found what causes this periodic "air getting released from balloon noise?"

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