Question about 1996 Honda Accord
My right front wheel howls with increasing volume and frequency as vehicle speeds up. When vehicle is turned to the left noise increases. When turned right, noise dimishes. Rotated tires to no avail. Noise persists when vehicle is shifted into neutral at speed. Believe problem is wheel bearing. Is there any possible way to confirm that it is a wheel bearing versus rotor, etc.? What is the approximate cost of repair for a set of front bearing replacements?
Are your front right brake pads worn more than your front left? if so probable cause is the rotor. if not, most likely wheel bearing
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