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How do I know if my front wheel bearings are going out in my car

I have a 2002 Deawoo Lanos and when I went to have my value gasket replaced the mechanic said that my front wheel bearings are going out. And that it would cost about $750 to fix. How do I know if he is telling me the truth?

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  • chelmkamp Mar 02, 2009

    Thank you. What does it normally cost for this?

  • mike loshbough
    mike loshbough May 11, 2010

    get a second opinion



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Jack up the car (SAFELY) so one wheel is just clear of the ground.

Grip the wheel with both hands and see if there is any movement when you "pull / push" the wheel.

If there IS movement ..... you need new bearings.

Good luck.

Posted on Mar 02, 2009

  • My reply is Mar 02, 2009

    I can't really say for sure about the cost since I live in the UK, but $750 (about £500 ish) sounds one heck of a lot of money to me.

    I would shop around and get a second opinion and several quotes.

    For the mechanically minded, if you know someone who could do it for you I would guess at less than $400 ...... probably much less.
    It's not a huge job.

    Good luck and best wishes.



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