It cost me around $200
If you do not change a bad wheel bearing the bearing will cut a groov in the axle.If it goes on long enough the axle will have to be replaced.It could also ruin the axle housing.Then you would have to replace the rearend.
locked-up wheel bearing or one that is about to lock-up.
Check the wheel bearing.
If the wheel bearing was bad enough, the hub could possibly come off. The wheel bearing would have to have been failed for a long time.
The wheel bearing should have a inner and outer seal to keep debris out. Do you have these installed everytime you replace the bearing? They are highly overlooked but are the difference in having to replace bearings periodicly.
Not knowing what vehicle you have I would suspect the replacement bearings are of poor quality or they are installed incorrectly.
the same way you would replace any hub assembly, take the wheel off, take off any bolts that connect the hub to the driveshaft and then replace it
bad wheel bearing.
caliper froze, brake line collapse, or wheel bearing out.
Failed wheel bearing, or the suspension is severely bent.
Brake pads wear indicator (replace brake pads)? Bad wheel bearing? Low tire?
A bad CV joint, wheel bearing, severe brake problems, loose lug nuts,....
The cost to replace the wheel bearing on one side in the front of a 1996 Toyota Corolla will cost approximately $316 to $403 for labor. The cost for the parts are estimated to be $77 to $105.
it would be a good idea to
I would have to guess it is a front wheel bearing. Does it pull to one side? Are your tries good - a bad tire could make a similar noize. It's a wheel bearing. Just replace one on my 2000 Stratus.
It is usually a wheel bearing that does this, one or more of your wheel bearings is worn out. When you apply the brakes they set the wheel hub off balance and therefore the wheel drags because of the bearing being so worn. To check this take the wheel rim off and try and rock the wheel hub, if it feels loose or it makes sound, your bearing is worn and you would have to replace it, this is quite a difficult job if you don't have the right tools though. A worn wheel bearing can also put strain on your power steering system if it is a front wheel bearing that is worn.
Most front wheel drive wheel bearing/hub assemblies are not serviceable.
Underinflated/worn tire. Could possibly be a bad wheel bearing. Worn out wheel bearing
A dry wheel bearing will cause the rear wheel to squeak at low speeds. The wheel bearing should be checked immediately to avoid a major problem.
I had a bad right front wheel bearing on my 2004 ford ranger 4X4. When the mechanic took it for a ride he swore it was the left front wheel bearing that was bad but when he got it on the lift it turned out to be the right front.300 dollars for the part and 85 dollars for the labor plus tax.
Wheel imbalance, bad wheel bearing, bad rotor(s).
1. A duff drive axle at the end where it joins the drive hub 2. Collapsed wheel bearing (replace both sides) 3. Might need to replace brake discs and rotors
hey, im going to be replacing a wheel bearing on a 2001 sentra. I'm doing it at home, and I was just wondering if I would be able to. Because I know that some bearings are pressed in with either a press or using a C-clap. so if anyone could help me out, it would really help me out. Thanks