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Rotatin click noise in the wheel after rotating tires. on my 96 tacoma

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Hi, the problem your having is more than likely the wheel bearing needs replacing but this isnt the sort of job just anybody can do it is difficult to do and requires heavy duty tools and the center nut can only be undone using air guns as it is torqued up to such a high setting that you wouldnt undo it by using hand tools.

Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok

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