Doesn't sound normal. Sounds more like improper installation. If everything isn't done right a bearing can get torn up pretty fast.
wheel bearings are to loose
Check the bearing and wheel lugs.
You can change your bearing by simply turning, left, right and center to change our bearing.
A grinding or abnormal noise at the wheel is a good sign the bearing is bad. Unload the bearing by moving the vehicle left or right while moving. If the noise comes and goes when doing this, the bearing is bad. The only positive way to verify this is to remove the bearing and look at it. Pitting, scouring, and any other signs of wear indicate the bearing needs replacing. Be sure and replace the race if it is not perfect.
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I am not too familiar with this car but the only thing I can think of is Possibly a bad wheel bearing I suggest replacing it.
I have a Chrysler Cirrus , and I just got my wheel front passenger side fixed... 208 dollars. I'm pissed
A slight drag is normal and left and right should match. If drag is more than normal or not equal from side to side, replacing the calipers should correct that.
r/f wheel bearing. the weight shifts to the left tire when you turn right so if the noise stops its the r/f wheel bearing.
To change your bearing, you need to turn left, right or make an about turn in the given vessel that you are travelling in.
More than likely you have a defective left front wheel bearing. Inspect the bearing and also inspect the bearing on the right front. Inspect your brake pads if this is not the problem.
If a bearing is bad, You will hear a whining noise from the bad bearing. Try to listen if it is up front or back. The noise will get louder as you go faster. Turn left and right to determine what side the bad bearing is on. If you turn left and the noise gets louder, the right bearing is bad, turn right and the noise gets louder, the left bearing is bad.
right side wheel bearing
you do not use a socket you use a wheel bearing puller to remove it from the hub Putting a right size socket into it and hitting it with a hammer can pop the bearing out, but it can also damage it so its advised to get the right tools. size 30 mm for the wheel nut and the bearing puller
It is most likely the Wheel Bearing that is going bad.
Bad right front wheel bearing.
check axle bearings and if bearing is bad, do not install a quick repair kit that installs another bearing in a off set position then original spot, they will only work for a temporay time and the time frame is usaully not long, then work has to redone a the right way by replacing either the axle and/or bearing, been there and paid twice for the same repair.
you have a wheel bearing going out my friend,
Could be a bad CV joint or bad wheel bearing C.V. Joints need replacing
the bearing is one non-dissasemblable unit, it has to be pressed out and in. best done by someone who has the right tools.
a humming sound usually heard on cornering, if heard when going left, its the right bearing and vice versa
you're kidding, right? this is a trick question, right? THE RIGHT WHEEL Do I win a Prize for this one ?
Bad wheel bearing, or more than likely a tire with a defect.AnswerIt's normal for a Tempo to hum.
not easily or quietly