Question about 2003 Pontiac Vibe
I got a recent wheel bearing replaced while on vacation, and now initially when i turn left or go in reverse it squeeled so high. Now after driving back home (300 odd miles) it makes a little noise going forward. IS this something with the brakes? Can I can fix it? Ive already fixed several things wrong with it this month and would rather do it myself.
If the shop tightened the bearing too much this will kill the bearing. it might be too loose as well..if you feel play in the steering wheel its loose. make sure you inspect it because u can damage the hub and that will be a costly repair.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
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