Question about 2001 Chevrolet Tracker
Beaaring noise perhaps?
With the information that you have, I would have to say that a bad bearing would be a good guess. If I was you, I would have this checked by a qualified tech. to insure your safety. It is possible for this to come a part and come of the truck. If you are knowledgeable enough in automotive mechanics you can jack the truck up place jack stands under the frame for safety. Grab a hold of the top of the tire with one hand and the bottom of the tire with the other.pull or twist the tire in a up and down motion and see if you can feel any play in the bearing. but even if you don't feel play in it, it still could be bad, that why I said to take it to an quailified tech.
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
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