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This 2001 chrysler concord has a loud vibration, almost like something is rubbing but nothing is. It only makes the noise while driving and if you **** the steering wheel to the left alittle bit while driving it let's some tension off and the noise goes away somewhat.I changed the passenger side axle and it helped alittle bit for a couple days now its back to the same.I'm woundering if its the driverside axle and its just transfering the noise to the other side or if its the differential carrier bearing. ANYONE HAVE SOME IDEAS?

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Sounds like wheel bearing but i would need to drive the vehicle before passing any comment ,ask a local mechanic to have a drive for me and post comment

Posted on Aug 21, 2010

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  • southpaw2788 Aug 21, 2010

    Okay thanks

  • southpaw2788 Aug 21, 2010

    The mechanic said it sounds kind of like a wheel bearing. The only thing that makes me wounder is if you punch it the noise gets quieter,or if you **** the wheel to the left real fast the noise gets quieter. I have a 1995 geo prism that if you go over bumps real hard the axle gets cocked in the differential and it starts making noise but when it aligns back up in the differential the noise goes away but I know for a fact the bearings are gone in it.. but if no other ideas ill try a wheel bearing and hope for the best.

  • southpaw2788 Aug 21, 2010

    The mechanic said it sounds kind of like a wheel bearing. The only thing that makes me wounder is if you punch it the noise gets quieter,or if you **** the wheel to the left real fast the noise gets quieter. I have a 1995 geo prism that if you go over bumps real hard the axle gets cocked in the differential and it starts making noise but when it aligns back up in the differential the noise goes away but I know for a fact the bearings are gone in it.. but if no other ideas ill try a wheel bearing and hope for the best.

  • southpaw2788 Aug 21, 2010

    It was suppose to say when you turn the wheel?

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    Colin Stickland Aug 22, 2010

    another fellow spannerman says wheel bearing then thank him for the advice and take it ,as to be honest i would need to drive it myself but if what you say is correct and the noise dies a bit on acceleration then thats what i would expect as the weight is transfered .its not a big job to change but you will need a press to push old one out ,not a big hammer as its dangerous with flying splinters .Its all very well changing parts for second hand one from a scrappers but you could be fitting parts that are worse than the ones you have taken off and i think this is the case here

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