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I have a 1995 Honda Civic with about 180,000 miles on it.
Have been hearing a humming sound from the front end for about last 5000-10000 miles, but have not been able to pin the cause down.
For the last 1000-2000 miles, seems to be louder, and when I make a slow speed turn, it makes a whoomp - whoomp type sound, which seems to be greater when I make a right turn.
What could it be?
Could the brake rotors be warped? Just changed the front pads, but I did not change the rotors. It did pass inspection.
What else could it be?
P.S. I did notice that the clutch fluid and the power steering fluid levels were down, (power steering to lower mark). I added fluid to both, does not seem to be any different.