The only foolproof way is to remove the bearing and look see. If while driving down the road you hear the bearing, and if you swerve left and right and the noise disappears for a second it is probably bad.
How do you change rear wheel bearing on 1999 alero?
Take brakes off and then remove 3 bolts from back of spindle and slide it out. easyest I ever did
You can't disconnect the 4-wheel drive. The Mountaineer is a ALL WHEEL DRIVE S.U.V.
4 wheel ABS brakes are standard on the Mercury Mountaineer in 1999
Remove the tire and wheel from your 1999 Mercury Cougar. Remove the axle end. Remove the wheel bearing retaining nuts. Remove the wheel seal and the wheel bearing. Reverse the process to install your new wheel bearing.
Begin by removing the tire and wheel from your 1999 Dodge Adventure. Remove the end of the axle. Remove the wheel bearing retaining nut. Remove the wheel bearing seal and remove the wheel bearing. Reverse the process to install your new wheel bearing.
I'm having the same problem. 98 Mountaineer. I think it's wheel bearing or possibly c/v joint. it sounds like a shredding almost, or grinding noise + squeak in the driver side front wheel hub.
How do u remove te rear wheel bearing on a 1999 Audi A6 Quattro
No, a wheel bearing should not set off a low tire pressure light in a 1999 Oldsmobile Alero.
how hard is it to replace a rear wheel bearing 1999 Honda crv. this crv does not have rear axle's in it. thank you
If a 1999 Infiniti G20 is shaking on the right front side it could be a bad wheel bearing. The rotor on that side may need to be replaced if the wheel bearing is not the problem.
where is the radio fuse in a 1999 mercury mountaineer
the library should have a shop manual for this vehicle :)
Here is a link to some good instructions. http://reviews.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Chevy-Silverado-4x4-Front-Wheel-Hub-Bearing-Replacement_W0QQugidZ10000000002536494
Your best bet is to remove the steering knuckle then take it to your local machine shop as the wheel bearing must be pressed off the hub and the knew one pressed on. Also a front end alignment shoudl be performed afterwards Good Luck Remove the front wheel knuckle Remove the inner wheel bearing oil seal Use Bearing Pulling Attachment to press the wheel hub from the wheel knuckle. Remove the retainer ring from the wheel knuckle. Use bearing puller attachment to press the wheel bearing out of the wheel knuckle reverse the removal procedure. install new inner seal
Incorrect packing of bearing grease or incorrect torque. Also make sure to replace the bearing race, as it may be scored. CORRECT ANSWER- you need to replace the knuckle and the wheel bearing
Sounds like you have a bad drive shaft.
Mercury Mountaineer was created in 1997.
I found this page with a decent step-by-step process to help guide me in replacing my LH Front Wheel Bearing Assy on my 99 GrandAM GT. It shows how to replace one on a Grand Prix, but they are extremely similar. http://www.paulstravelpictures.com/GM-Wheel-Bearing-Hub-Assembly-Replacement/index.html
get some airforce dudes to do it for you and pay them it isn't worth it
Brakes are shot or a wheel bearing is bad.
RollerBob is an In-line wheel and bearing specialist and has been offering quality inline products since 1999!
this has to do with the sensor in the wheel bearing, unfortunatly the sensor and wheel bearing are one unit. first you have to find out which wheel bearing it is and then replace it, these can be expensive. I've had to replace both of mine within months of each other. take it to get a diagnostic done they can tell you which bearing it is.hope this helps