Hey all, '04 Chevy Venture with 69K miles. At around 20 mph, it starts making a low noise. Noise increases in pitch as the speed increases. It shifts fine and doesn't seem to be affected by RPM's but by speed. Took it to a mechanic. He said the front Driver side wheel bearings were shot. Replaced the hub assembly, got new brakes, also put on 4 new tires and had it aligned. Problem is still there. My wife calls it a weed-eater under the hood. I can feel a slight vibration from the gas pedal and also the steering wheel. Also, it's weird but if I'm driving down a straight road and turn the wheel a little to the right, the noise lessens. When I turn it back to the left, it comes back in full force. This is also the case if I'm making a right turn (it lessens). This afternoon I took both front wheels off to have a look. I couldn't tell that anything was different from one side to the other. I couldn't see any binding or anything like that. I could tell they replaced the driver side hub and brakes all around but that was it. No extra play on one side or the other. Any ideas? I'm out of them :crazy: Thanks for any help.