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Why I have a creaking noise coming from the rear drivers side tires?

The creaking noise coming from your rear driver's side tire may be due to various factors, such as loose lug nuts, a damaged wheel bearing, or uneven tire wear. Creaking noise in rear side tires can also be caused by foreign objects lodged in the tire tread. If you hear a creaking noise coming from your rear driver's side tire, we recommend that you have it checked by a certified mechanic as soon as possible.

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