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2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.0L Noise in front end while driving?

I have replaced both tie-rods at inspection.And I replaced both rotors And a caliper bracket,and brakes.My ? is I have a noise while driving,sounds like tire noise but I put 4 new tires all around and had it aligned.But still have a loud noise from the front.Any ideas?? Please help.
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  • Rick Jan 22, 2009

    I never thought about the bearings !! I will pull em tomarrow and check both sides. I don't want to have it dry on the spindle.Or I sure I'll have replace that too.Thanks !!

  • Rick Jan 23, 2009

    Thank you for your fast reply.I drove the car and the noise does go away when wheel is turned going straight.Do you have any idea on cost of such repair.I am a diy.I am not a pro but I can do most jobs.Thanks again for your help.

  • Rick Jan 23, 2009

    I looked it up it's sealed.I found a pair for 150.00 I can do both sides.If one went second one not to far behind.What would a fair labor cost be If I supplied the parts.I do have a local guy that I trust but to have a idea would be of great value.Thanks again.This site is fantastic you have been a very big help.

  • Rick Jan 23, 2009

    Ok, I am going to tackle this myself.I have access to the axle nut wrench and a puller. I am doing both sides.It will save me time down the road.Is there a brand that you would say is the best to pick-up.I have seen Timken ?What do you think of this brand.Again thank you all of your help,this site is very helpful and it takessome of the stress of knowing what's wrong.

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    Scroggrj Feb 27, 2009

    2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee, V8. Noise front end right side.

    Noise while going 20 MPH and turning to the left. At high speed above 30 MPH noise goes away. Turing to the left causes the noise to increase and to pop periodically. Jacking up the right front wheel and turning the wheel no noise can be heard. Even running in 4 wheel drive with only this wheel off the ground so it will turn causes no noise. Only at 20 MPH turning left can the noise always be heard.

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    2003 Chevy suburban making a loud flapping sound when driving just put new brakes new transmission new tires

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    2003 Chevy suburban making a loud flapping sound when driving just put new brakes new transmission new tires

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2014

    It sounds like grinding or something isn't lubricated enough.

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I'm being charged 550.00 to do all 4 tie rods on my jeep grand grand Cherokee is this a good price?

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    NO!!! Of course, I did my own.

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If it is a roaring noise it is probably a wheel bearing going bad

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

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    TripleTauto Jan 23, 2009

    i think this model has sealed bearings nad have to replace the whole hub assembly. while driving turn the steering wheel a little to shift weight the side that is bad should get louder when the car shifts to that side and less noise when weight shifts off of it.as far as bearing let me know and i will look up tommorow to seal if it is sealed or not

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    TripleTauto Jan 23, 2009

    if it is the whole hub like i think it is that part is around $100-150 from parts house. it is not too bad a job pull rotor off ans hub bolts to spindle with three bolts if you hav 4 wheel drive remove axle nut

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    TripleTauto Jan 23, 2009

    alldata labor guide shows 1.0hr per side. so two hours labor total. price will depend on shops labor rate.

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    TripleTauto Jan 23, 2009

    timken makes a good bearing they probably supply most companies so this should be fine

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