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Old 09-10-2013, 02:10 PM   #1
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Steering/braking noise

I am getting a noise which sounds like it is coming from underneath the car when i brake (the brakes have been changed they are not the issue) and the noise is also coming when i turn my wheel. It is an awful noise it is tough to describe but i can actually here a vibration when i turn the wheel. Mostly the noise happens when the wheel is turned to the right. Recently the noise is getting worse and i can hear it slightly when driving (without moving the wheel). Has anyone had this problem or can you help me with determining what it could be?
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My guess would be wheel bearing. Best to replace both at the same time.
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Old 09-11-2013, 12:24 AM   #3
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Check lug nuts they may be loose, it will give the wheel just a hair of movement.
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My guess would be wheel bearing. Best to replace both at the same time.
Is it a relatively easy job?

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Check lug nuts they may be loose, it will give the wheel just a hair of movement.
I thought that at first so i did check them and they were all good
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The price for the hub assembly on rockauto.com is 22 to 84 each depending on the one you choose. It's about a 2 hour job. Plenty of how to videos on YouTube. Good luck.
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The price for the hub assembly on rockauto.com is 22 to 84 each depending on the one you choose. It's about a 2 hour job. Plenty of how to videos on YouTube. Good luck.
Ok thanks alot
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