Question about 2004 Chrysler Sebring
Getting a loud rubbing sound from my left rear wheel at speeds over 50 MPH. I've had both front wheel bearings replaced on this car in the past, so I know what those sound like, and if rear bearings sound the same we can rule that out because this sounds completely different. It's like something rhythmically rubbing - the frequency and noise level increase with speed, and coasting doesn't affect it. Slight turning, in either direction, doesn't seem to affect it either. The sound is virtually nonexistent below 50 MPH. Thanks in advance.
It sounds like your rear brgs are "tracking". This means that the outer casing of the brgs are turning a bit at regular intervals in the housing. It does not happen when coasting, only under load. Col
Posted on Apr 26, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it does sound like wheel bearing a cv joint dont make noise and then stop but you can jack the car up and in neutral try to shake the tire from side to side.to see if you have any play then turn the wheel by hand try to feel for roughness in bearing. let me know what you find. Phil.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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