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What is the roaring sound coming from the rear wheels

Replaced right rear hub bearing. roaring is still there.

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If it is a rear wheel drive car ck the gear oil , sounds like it does not have enough fluid in it, that is what make that sound , good luck and let me know how you make out ,

Posted on Nov 25, 2014

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SOURCE: replaced rear wheel bearings 2006 Volvo S60 and ABS lite stays on

Make sure the abs sensor is plugged in all the way.. And also make sure that the abs ring.. was not damaged in the process of putting on the new bearing...

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SOURCE: right rear wheel bearing noise 1988 volvo bertone

It could be drive shaft joint. the car is rear wheel drive with independant suspension. I do not think there is a bearing there. It may also be the brakes need replacing.

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You will have to have the ABS system scanned for codes and go from there.

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SOURCE: How is front wheel bearing replaced on a 2001 Volvo S40?

most front wheel bearings are pressed in you half to take the whole control arm off pull out the hub press out the bearing grease the new one and press it in its best to take it to a machine shop do not try pressing it in yourself

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SOURCE: how to repair volvoxc90 rear wheel hub/bearings

1. Remove the tire/wheel
2. Remove the top and bottom caliper
bolts/remove caliper.
3. Remove the four bearing housing bolts on
the inside of the housing
You will need a soft mallet to whack the housing until it comes out...don't worry you cannot hurt anything but you hands and your pride.

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