Check the wheel bearings and the front brakes for wear. These are the most common places that cause the roar.
you need to press out the bearing inside the hub assembly.
does a 2002 mazda protege have a front wheel drive
behind the plastic grill on the front.
Having mine done as we speak. $500
Make sure it isn't the tire first. You will have to remove the strut, and have the bearing pressed out.
As far as i know yes.
it is located on the motor in the front
It does the link between the manifold and the catalyser.
Directly in front of the driving seat.
How do you replace the front wheel bearings on a nissan frontier 4x4 1999
how do you replace rear wheel bearings on nissan pulsar
Wheel bearings? 4X4 ? 4X2?
When you can hear them, usually.
Front wheel bearings on a 4 wheel drive Explorer are not serviceable, replace them.
Did you ever get anywhere on this thread? I'm looking to replace the front bearings and rotors on my 2000 ZR2.
Front: 6x8x2.5" Rear: 6x8x2"
horns are usually located near the grill area in front of the car.
Well I had a 1995 Protege but I think is on the same place. It's beehint the right corner of the front cover. You have to remove the black cover under the car to see it. Mazda hide pretty well.
If it is 4x4, you have to replace the whole hub
The horn for the 1990 Mazda Protege is located near the right turn signal at the front of the car. To the left of the radiator when your looking at the engine with the hood up.
they have to be pressed in, if you can take the hubs off and get it to a machine shop, they should be able to do it for $50-75/side, depending on labor rates in your area. If you are going to take off the hub then just replace it, as the bearing is already in a new hub! At your local Canadian Tire (Canada) or Pep-Boys (USA) they are only tops $50.00 CDN.
Your horn is in back of the radiator grill (Grill in front of the car)