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Check to see if they are wearing funny as well. I this is the case then you need an alignment.

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I have 2002 honda civic with noise coming from rear sounds like a noisey wheel bearing have jacked up both sides and spun wheels with no sign of noise .


Check Tires for feather edge. Join your fingers together, move around the rear Tire from front to back and vice versa on both of the rear Tires and feel the smoothness. If the tread of the Tire resist the fingers in one direction and smooth on the other, then the Tires may be producing the abnormal noise.
Temporarily bring both the front Tires to the rear and rear Tires to the front on the same side, drive the car and watch the noise. If the noise begins to come from the front end, then the Tires are defective and need replacement. . If the noise still comes from the rear wheels then the rear wheel bearings need replacement.(You can also rotate the Tires in criss cross manner temporarily)
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HI, l think l have a noisey wheel bearing away, is it hard to replace and how do l know if that is what needs doing? Norman


Hey Norman the wheel barrings are fairly easy to replace

1 remove the tire
2 remove the brake assembly ( remembering how it goes back together )
3 remove the rotor ( the big disk thing ) for people that dont know
you will see the wheel pins that hold the tire on give that a turn if you hear

grinding, clicking, squeaking those are clear indications the you have a bad wheel barring

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I have a 2004 toyota sequoia and noticed yesterday that there was a tapping noise. Initially I thought it was a flat tire but all the tires are good. Not sure where to go from here...


check for a screw or nail stuck in your tire. other causes would be loose lug nuts, or noisey hub caps ( you probably dont have those ). you can roll down the windows and have a helper identify the location of the noise. roll down a safe street and put in neutral, turn key to off - for gods sake dont lock up the steering wheel!!!! try to pinpoint which corner of the car noise is coming from. A bad CV joint would make a tapping-clanking noise but mostly when turning.

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My car makes a humming noise when excellerating and is especcially noisey when turning steering wheel to the left. there is also a continous squeak. my husband put WD40 on the bolt on power steering box...


If WD-40 got on belt, and squeak went away for a while, it may just need a new belt. The humming noise sounds like a worn wheel bearing that should be checked and replaced if needed. If squeak goes away when you push slightly on brake pedal, it may be rotor on same side as wheel bearing making the noise due to slight shifting of rotor because of worn bearing.You can try swapping tires on front from one side to other to confirm it isn't tire problem as well. If noise shifts to other side, then it's a tire.

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Hub bearings,notorious for these,expensive parts.They go bad on the front and the rear.YOu need to find out which one is the noisey one,maybe more than one.I had a customer that we had to replace all four on within 6 weeks.Hope this helps

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