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A 91 Ford Escort may have the bearings going out in the right rear wheel it is causing the rear end to vibrate WO removing the tire any other telltale signs and can the tire come off if bearings bad?

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2011-10-18 21:10:38
2011-10-18 21:10:38

A bad wheel bearing is always noisy. As you drive the car, steer it like you are changing lanes( to shift the load on the bearing) and listen for a change of pitch in the noise. If it is bad it will change pitch. Wheel bearings have to be REAL bad to cause vibration; are you sure you don't have a bent rim/ bad tire?

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