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How do I fix a loose or bad bearing? - 1999 Volvo V70

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Not enough info what bearing for what part?

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Serpentine belt is seized. its not the alternator or tension pulley. car turns over and runs but squeals and starts to burn the belt. 1990 geo prizm. is there a common pulley that goes bad?


so easy
one off those pulleys
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Turn them ALL by hand, engine off (not crank)
if its tight? its bad. if loose as a goose,flopping about its bad
there is no COMMON
bearing fail on all old cars, no bearings here last life of engine,not one. there may be an.idler bearing there and bad...
no engine stated,
4AFE toyota or 7aFE,
why not get mechanic to fix it, and not guess.
like the 99.9% do. today.

a good bearing new ,above
feels like a stick in warm butter its good
if you can feel non rotation turning play ,its bad/
play end to end or rocking is bad.
if feels rough its bad.
if wont turn, gee, must I answer that?
if spins super easy that is ok on used bearings.
but not other bad examples.
how is that on bearings 101
if you and gone to Timken bearings web site
it shows and tells every bearing failure seen
in 100 years, all there,
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Car make a funny sound in the back wheel while driving


Bad screw torque,ceck the wheel,can be loose.Shake by hand or foot.If not loose ,yet moving,bad bearing.If is not the wheel must track the sound:loose muffler,trunk spare.Ceck for things stucked betwen the wheel and the chassis.Squiking noise may point draging brake,bad bearing,must jack-up and move the wheel.So low on details...Cheers

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Wheel bearings will it make a huming noise


Yes, a bad wheel bearing will hum and is a common problem, you will hear the hum increase as the wheel speed increases, try jacking the truck up and see if any of the front wheels are loose. sometimes the wheel will get loose as the bearing is going bad but not always, these are not too hard to change as its a bearing hub asm, it bolts on and no pressing of the bearing is needed, good luck.

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Fan at radiator of cherokee is loose and banging


No it sounds like you have a bad water pump..

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When I turn my steering wheel of my 97 wrangler from lock to lock it chings and pops. What do I need to replace to fix it


Sounds like a bad axle end joint or hub bearing going bad. I would also check all steering components for looseness...I mean ALL...bushings, end joints etc. Anything loose or binding can make a noise. I can't see it you can!
Most times axle joints and bearings need to be removed to physically inspect them. any binding or roughness means they are bad.

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Have 2002 ford explorer,right rear wheel feels loose. checked lugs, all tight, pulled wheel and rotor is wobbly, losse. what's the cause?


You need a wheel bearing....don't drive it. Tow it to a dealer.! Ford wheel bearings are cheaper than aftermarket.
250-300 dollar fix.

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Everything I read points toward a bad wheel bearing. Except that it is not loose. has the humming noise, ab light is on but it is not loose. I have the part but hate to spend $200 on the wrong part. Is it...


They could be grinding and the wheel still be tight. Do you see any grease on the wheel or anywhere around it. Usually the reason a wheel bearing goes bad is because the seal is cracked and grease has leaked out. therefore the bearings have no lube. Maybe its your brakes not releasing far enough and they are rubbing the disc or drum which ever you have.

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98 altima loose wheel bearing


if you jacked up the car and you grab the tire from side to side u could tell if loose or bad but if you feel looseness in the steering wheel could be a tie rod bad move tie rod side to side and in and out to see if a problem

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The fan blade is loose & wobbles on the shaft on my dodge dakota


Fix it now or forever pick up the pieces...You have one of two problems possibly both...The fan clutch that the fan is bolted to has a bad bearing. replace it Or, the bearing in the water pump has failed. again...replace it. If fan clutch failed carefully check pump ...shaft bearing can be damaged by wobbling assembly. Seriously...don't ignore this if fan gets loose,it will damage far more than the problem you now have!!!
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