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Suspected rear wheel bearing problem, but is there a second bearing just at th drive shaft on the rear rhs that could be causing the noise.? 2005 freelander td4. Thanks billy

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Hi Billy

If it is just a wheel breaing then it's not to much to worry about, they are fairly cheap and easy to do, the other bearing is from the 4 wheel drive system is is somewhat more problematic worst case is the diff / gearbox may have failed, does the wheel drive work well? is the noise more or less when in 2 wheel?

there is a few possiblities so get back to me with more info and I will be able to help.

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Dan

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