Question about 1997 Isuzu Trooper
Not the CV joint, I don't think you have one in the rear, but the wheel bearing, yes, Next time you drive it, crawl under there and feel the rear end next to the wheel, Careful, Hot? How about closer to the wheel, then how about the drum dust cover itself? If it hotter than it should be, like oil boiling out or brake fluid boiling out, time to change the bearing, don't wait for it to seize on the axle, you will have to cut it off. You will need to check the book on the way the axle comes out, some come right out, some are attached inside the rear end, need to be un-clipped, then the axle will come out, You will need a slide hammer or a chain to snatch it out of there. Good luck, hope this helps.
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