Question about Chrysler LHS
Hi my name is Allen!
With roaring noises coming from the wheel area, we must be very careful in diagnosis because it could be the "Wheel Bearing" which is the most likely cause, but it also can be a tire itself.
Here is how to see which one it is, take the rear tire and put it on the front and put the front tire on the rear.
Next drive the vehicle, if the noise went to the rear of the vehicle and is no longer in the front, then you know its the tire. If the noise is still in the front then you know its the wheel bearing or the CV Joint, but if you do not hear a clicking noise when turning sharply both ways while moving then you most likely can rule out the CV Joints also. Then you know for sure without a doubt it is the wheel bearing.
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Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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