Question about 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier
Front end is howling roaring loud!! I replaced the right side wheel bearing in 2005 and I just replaced the left side wheel bearing on saturday thinking that was what was causeing this loud howl roar. it was toast is it possible the right side is gone already again.... noise gets louder the faster your drive its in the front end left wheel hub assembly brand spanking new this saturday noise got better but its still there would you toss on a right hub as well or??? no matter if i turn left or right while driving noise doesnt get better or worse.
thanks in advance dave.
You must replace wheel bearings in pairs to avoid loading the old bearing and, in time ruining your new bearing hub it is possible that you have already damaged the new hub
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
Ok I hope my idea will be helpful. My wife drives my other truck my 2004 F150 and it started howling like making a whistling sound when it would hit a bump when you make a turn or drive at really speed. I thought it was the suspension just sqeaking until it got louder and louder over the next few weeks. It ended up being that I needed to replace the front brake pads on my truck at the time. Now I didnt have to have my rotors turned or replaced because I caught the problem in time, but in your case I dont know. I would say just check it out and see how bad it may be or even if thats the problem. Just remember it doesnt matter if you replace the hub or rotor if your pads are worn it will still sqeak. I hope that it is just this minor. I hope my idea/advice helped.
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
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