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Rear end noise on 2006 mitsubishi outlander

Brake pads were shot, I replaced the rotor. Had to beat hard to get it off because the e-brake shoes were rusted. I got the pads and rotor replaced but the noise was still there. I removed the e-brake on that side just to see if that was the cause. The noise still exists and the rotor hub is hot. Is there a bearing back there that could be shot?

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  • bigdoo800 May 27, 2009

    no bearing with the new rotor but I'll pull it all off again and see if I can find where it's hiding in there. Thanks for the tip.

  • its420_us May 11, 2010

    There is a wheel bearing there, and it sounds like it is bad.

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There is a race bearing on the back side of the rotor. If you haven't replaced it, I would strongly recommend it. You should change those out every time you change your rotors. Most new rotors come with new race bearings, if it did come with a new one (and it isn't shot yet), pull it out and pack it with grease. Wear latex gloves, put a pile of general purpose grease in your hand, and start stuffing the grease into the bearing until it comes out the other side.

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Maybe u should change the rear axle differential

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