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lift vechiel and support by jack stand. grab top and bottom of tire and wiggle it in and out, alternatly. or up and down, depending on how you look at it. but easiest way is to drive it. when noise happens, turn left and right, if noise gets louder or quieter as you turn then its guareenteed to be a wheel bearing. turn left and get louder, replace right side. if turn right and gets louder replace left side. if noise does not change due to turning. then not wheel bearing making noise.
How many miles on car? Probably a suspension or steering part worn. Be easiest to have alignment shop check it out. First, might want to check for loose lug nuts, or jack that side of car slightly to remove weight from wheel, and shake wheel up down and side to side to see if you can find what is loose.
easiest , is to pull the steering wheel... there is a screw / clip that holds the lock bracket in place........ i've seen a few lock specialist do it with out taking the st. wheel off... but $$$$$$'s ..
I believe this is a front wheel drive.Take the front wheel and tires to the rear of the same side.Take the rear tires to the opposite sides on the front.The easiest formula is "flip the non-drive wheels to the other end".This easy to remember formula is OK for front-drive or rear drive vehicles,but on 4WD or AWD cars/trucks,just switch the fronts to the back and backs to the front without flipping sides.You can also rotate the spare in if it's a full size with a matching wheel,but this is a small percentage of vehicles anymore.