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I have a toyota Matrix 2004 (base) and there is a noise coming from the wheel (front right) as I drive around. My suspence, is the wheel hub bearing failure. If this is true, what is the specification of the bearing for both sides.

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I have a 2004 Toyota Matrix with a vibration noise coming from the front end. The noise gets louder the faster you drive and is present even when you push in on the clutch and put it in neutral. If the driver jerks the wheel to the right when driving the noise stops for a second. The noise keep up at the same pitch if you **** the wheel to Left. If you think it's a wheel bearing, which side would you guess?

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