1992 SHO MTX Hey guys, Over the past 3 weeks, I began observing a squealing when making right turns, and light humming at low speeds (10-20 mph) coming from the front wheels. It was hard to be certain, but it seemed to be originating at the passenger tire. Gradually it's become a constant thrumming sound, and a sensation like I'm driving over constant small speed bumps or one of the tires is oval - causing a side-to-side motion inside the car, but only at low speeds - the bumping smooths out over 20 mph but the thrum remains. I've looked at a ton of posts concerning these symptoms, and there seem to be quite a few potential causes: struts, strut mounts, ball joints, control arm bushings, strut bar/bushing, CV joint, subframe, or tires. I've got the car on stands with the tires off and inspected all these areas, but nothing obvious jumped out at me. I was leaning towards a bad CV, until I took a look at the back of the passenger side knuckle and saw grease all the way around the inner wheel bearing seal. This appears to suggest that the bearing has failed, but I'm concerned that this grease could possibly be coming from the CV - despite the obvious appearance of a bearing that is beginning to poop out. Would someone take a look at these pics and give me a second opinion please?