Question about 1997 Plymouth Neon
I have a constant whirring noise in the right front hub area. Maybe a dry bearing problem? Do I need to replace the full hub assembly or can one just put in bearings like we used to in the old days? IE: If pressed bearings then would it be easier/cheaper to put in a new hub assembly? Also, are there any major issues with this such as the whole hub blowing up? What about poor gas mileage? Thanks.
You need to buy the whole assembly. i know what you mean. I have a '68 coronet that still has the origional wheel bearings in it, and now they don't last 5 years. ( and they wonder why they're all gone broke)
No, it shouldn't blow up, but it will keep getting worse, and it probably does affect your mileage, somewhat.
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