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Rite front wheel feels like hasbubble on tire but doesnt could this be a bad wheel bearing

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I have an O2 Dodge ram 15102 Wheel Dr., how can I tell if a bearing is going bad in one of my wheels?

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Think you have a bad wheel bearing?

This tip is for any car/ truck . A roaring noise that increases with speed, could be a wheel bearing or tire. If different roads make different roars, it could be the tires. Inspect the tires and see if all are smooth with no hi/lo spots or scalloping. If the tires are smooth, its most likely a wheel bearing. Lift up the car so the wheel you want to check is off the ground. Spin the wheel, and grab the coil spring, if the bearing is bad, you will feel a vibration, if its front wheel drive you can put the car in gear, but its best to jack it up and put both wheels up and use jack stands. Be safe.

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I have a 2002 dodgr ram 1500 2 wheel dr,how can I tell if my front wheel bearing is going bad?

Is it a one piece wheel hub bearing?

If it has 120,000 on it-- change both sides

The bearing & race type, you take apart & wash
off & look at for wear & markings & replace or
grease & return to service

If you hear a noise from 25 to 40 mph
On a rear drive car, you can remove the
brake rotor & feel the worn bearing --sometimes

You may be able to do that

I would just put the bearings on your Preventative
Maintenance list for 100,000 plus & change them
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Spark Plugs every 3 years & so on

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Wheel bearing or hub?

Remove the brakes & feel the wheel hub bearing or
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Didn't the shop that did the alignment check them first,
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I replaced the front hub bearings and struts and I still feel like there is still a bearing problem

Have you look at the rear bearings and also are the tires cupped, cupped tires will give you a bearing type noise and feel, also make sure the rear bearings are good, the hard part is to locate a bad bearing thats not to bad, the only way is to listen for the noise or wheel is loose, you can remove them and try to spin it by hand and see if it spins smoothly but anyway look at tires and try to check the rear,let me know why you think you still have a bearing problem, are you feeling or hearing something. good day.

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There is a very loud humming noise coming from the front left tire! plz I await your reply. Thks.

You probably have a bad tire or wheel bearing. Either the tire is cupped causing humming noise or grease inside sealed wheel bearing is burnt up. I would take front tire and move to the back of the car. Then drive again. If noise stays the same you probably have a bad wheel bearing. If noise moves to the back of the car than you may need to replace the tire. Most likely it is the wheel bearing, I replace them all the time at my shop

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Hums in front end like a ba d tire but tires good

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Whining noise from front end while driving

you have a bad front wheel bearing..jack up front of vehicle..put in neutral..block rear wheels..put 1 hand on front coil spring and rotate will feel roughness in spring on side that wheel bearing is bad

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Got an02 saturnl100 4dr sedan,too much road noise

Yes tires wearing out without correct rotations will cause the tires to wear out quickly, This applies to anycar not just L-series though. I would correct the tire noise before dealing with the wheel bearing because I would almost bet the bearing is ok and they are just hearing tire noise. I have seen a few bad wheel bearings on L cars, but nowhere near as many as the number of tires i have seen making noise. Get a couple of tires and drive it and see what you think. Oh BTW dealerships are not owned by the manufacturers they are privately owned and their employees are not considered employees of that dealerships manufacturer. The people at a dealership work for only a slightly larger company than your local garage, and usually a much smaller company than most national chain tire/repair shops.

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