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I currently own a 2008 Santa Fe. I've been hearing about wheel bearing issues and I'm looking for confirmation. My local dealer brushes off my concerns, and I'm pretty sure I'm having tire problems. I've tried to get them to address my concerns since Sept. 2009, and I'm getting fed up. I need to build up my case so that they have to address my issues!

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Thats pretty vague, you have issues or you hear about issues? Either you have a bad bearing, or you dont. A dealer isnt going to replace parts because you have issues with them, they have to be bad. If you have tire problems, whats that got to do with bearings? Find a repair shop to diagnose your problem, and get the ZONE SERVICE MANAGER on the case, the number will be in your owners manual.

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