Question about Toyota Camry
Could be catalyst converter heat shield or muffler heat shields.
Posted on Jun 20, 2017
if it is a rear wheel bearing the driver won't hear it as much as a front wheel bearing.
If the bearing seizes at speed in the rear of the car you can damage the rear axle . I have seen the damage done when at my mechanics on someone else's car that was in for repair.
If it is a front wheel and it seizes you will crash as your car veers to one side. It takes a while for a wheel to seize but the longer you drive on a worn bearing the more risk you take of this occurring.
does the noise vary with different speeds ?
how are the tyres are they worn on the inside edges ?
how are the tyre pressures are they pumped up correctly to 32 psi ?
Posted on Jun 19, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That's indicative of a wheel bearing, which is why you were told to change that out. However, it's also possible that the carrier bearings in the differential (where the drive axles attach) have gone bad. That happened to me on my 300ZX several years ago, and I had to replace the diff bearings. I would have them checked out somewhere other than a dealer (you'll probably get a better price from an independent shop).
As a sidenote, to be sure it wasn't a wheel bearing, if you hear it quiet down in a turn one way but get louder in a turn the opposite way, it's likely the wheel bearing. If you turn left at speed and it gets louder, then it's the right bearing (since you're loading up that side of the car). If it gets quieter in a right turn, it's the right side (you're unloading that side of the car and not putting as much weight on it, so it doesn't drag as badly). See if you get that symptom just to be sure that the wrong side front wheel bearing wasn't changed.
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
you have to replace bearing and hub as a unit.you have to remove remove brakes and caliper rotor set them aside dont disconnect brake line. get a piece of clothes rack wire to hold brake caliper .do not let it hang by brake hose. you got to remove hub nut. best way to do that is loosen it a litttle while tire still on weight of car keep wheel from turning .
Posted on May 03, 2009
That's a hub bearing. Replace the one that's doing it. I'm assuming this 'roar' is coming from the front, NOT the rear.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
unless the price quoted to the OP includes the price of replacing the pinion bearing in the front diff., in which case that price is about right
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
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