I have a 2002 Ford explorer sports trac and it had been making a noise from the front driver side tire. It wasnt a brake problem because we eplaced the caliper and brake pads. The other day when i was driving the tire went slanted. We believe it is the hub, but i dont have instructions on how to fix the hub. thank you for your time.
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Probably your front hubs. One or both. Fords noted for hub replacement. I had mine replaced at 60000 miles. Fixed the rumbling noise. It's really an easy fix if your handy. If not then expect about 800.00 to a 1000.00. go to explorer forums and get video on how to replace hubs
No tricks but sometimes rust or corrosion will build up causing it to sieze to the hub. Take your spare tire and, I know this will sound silly but, use the spare to swing into the bottom of the tire and break it free. You will not do any damamge to the vehicle. I know this usually works for me. You can use a little WD-40 to spary around the hub to prevent this from happening again.
if its a grinding noise while driving it could be choppy tires carrier bearings or axle bearings.
if its a whine while accelerating or decelerating than it is pinion angle.
if you can safly get both rear tires off of the ground than start it and put it in gear, try to locate the exact location "center chunk or out far in axle tubes" make sure vehicle is secure and safe befor climbing underneath.