Question about 1994 Ford Explorer Limited
I've had the bearings changed recently because the guy thought that was the reason for the noise.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The bearings should be inside the drum assembly.The brakes do not have to come off. The bearings may have to be pressed out if they are sealed type bearings.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
i would say your transfer case is on its way out. but it is hard to say that is a lot of info to take in but ya i say tranfer case is toste
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
Could be road noise from a shifted belt in the tire. could be a drive axle going out. those wheel bearings dont hum 99% of the time when they go bad,generally they have a low grinding sound,espesially when you turn,and your teering gets a bit loose and sloppy.
also check to make sure that you dont have a broken strut that may be touching the tire..try putting on your spare and see if that fixex it,if so its a shifted belt in that tire.
Posted on May 01, 2010
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