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There is a loudish humming sound coming from the rear of my 2005 sebring touring 2.7l. I suspect a bearing, but not sure which one. Is this hard to replace? I'm no mechanic, but not dumb either ... :o)

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If it sounds like an airplane taking off and gets louder as speed increases then its a bearing, removal cleaning and inspection comes next

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Start, of course, by raising and supporting the vehicle
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remove the rotor
remove the axle nut, there may be a cotter pin in the nut acting as a lock.
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remove the hub by hitting it with a hammer, sometimes the rear bearing seal stayes in place, remove this also
reverse these steps to install your new hub.

Questions, feel free to ask.
Good luck
R

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