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How do I no When my wheel bearing in my truck are not good does it start to here noes or u can see oil thank s for ur help

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They could start making noises like squeeling or a growling sound. There will also be some play. If you suspect their bad my best advise is to have them checked. You dont want them to fail.

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SOURCE: how to replace rear wheel bearing on 2003 chevy

its not hard but you do have to remove diff cover and then take out spider shaft to remove clips that hold axle. then remove bearing with slide hammer or puller. if bearings are bad so is the axle because its part of the bearing

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may be the cv shaft between the diff and the bearing the joint freezes up on 1 cup and it will bind

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use a gear puller

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