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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it gets worse as you're turning right, but not left - Most definitely a wheel bearing on the right side. The right turn puts more stress on the right wheel - louder noise - turn left and release the stress - no noise. You can also lift the vehicle up on a jack and listen to the wheel and hear the bearing in the hub making noise.
Posted on Jun 02, 2011
hi there, i have 2 mazda6s, both off which i needed to removed the inner axels on, so far you have done every thing right :), but unfortunatly due to mazdas sloppy assembly the inner axles are near impossible to remove, you could try getting a 2 or 3 legged puller and remove the brake calliper and disk then try and "pull" the shaft out, but unfortunatly i doubt will work. your second option would be to use a hydraulic ram to press it out, but again due to mazdas sloppy work it is near impossible with out damaging the hub, ive tryed both option and none of wich worked, so i brought 4 second hand hubs and outer C.Vs, hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
Hope your mechanic is right cos that is a costly job. Try calling around your local parts dealers, aka Autozone, Advance, Oreilly for prices on parts.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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the bearing and hub are peened as a assembly and will need to be pressed out of hub carrier on early 05. later models use a one piece bearing that will need to have hub pressed out, then bearing pressed out of carrier both bearings are avalable aftermarket
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
When replacing any hub assembly you should never over-tighten the three or four bolts that bolt on the assembly. This will cause it to fail quickly. Use lock-tight to make sure they do not loosen up after installation. A way to tell if your hub assembly is going out is to push and pull on the top of tire. If it wobbles at all it should be replaced. If the hub assembly includes steering components that might interfere with the steering alignment then you should have it re-aligned after installation.
Posted on Nov 16, 2010
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