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Passenger rear tire is makiing a roaring sound, i put new brakes on but it's still there.

The rear wheel is making a roaring sound when i drive it.

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Sounds like a you should investigate the wheel bearing.

Posted on Jan 22, 2013

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SOURCE: when i put my car in drive the rear right wheel makes a scrubbin

i had the same problem and i ended up changing the rear wheel bearings and axels, look under the car near the rear wheel seals, if they are leaking the axels are going to be worn also and need replacing.

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SOURCE: rear wheel brake lock-up

1995 Monte Carlo rear tires locked up ,goes into gear but wont move?

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SOURCE: rear brakes

you need to turn the adjuster
there is a little hole on the bottom of your backen plate to ajust the brakes up

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SOURCE: I have 93000 miles and replaced rotors,ball joints

Did they replace the upper strut bushings.
I can't recall doesn't this vehicle have strut rods and naturally strut rod bushings.

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SOURCE: 2002 Mecury Cougar is making a roar-roaring noise, not the wheel barrings, it is getting worse,does not make the noise in idle or park

the passerger side fron has an axel shaft that comes from the transmission and bolts to the engine block and the axel shaft has a bearing in it (its probaly called the inner axel shaft) the outer shaft goes from there to the wheel, the inner shaft is solid, the outer has rubber boots on them.

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