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I don't have a problem with the wheel bearings yet but I noticed they are not in the maintenance manual. So about how many miles do they last?

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Normally last about 100k on average but depends on terain car used .

Posted on Aug 26, 2010

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  • geoff hunter Aug 27, 2010

    just jack up the wheel and see if you have any sideways play in them that you cannot adjust out.or wait until you get a horrible rumbling noise,my friends old volvo did 270.000 before rumble...

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