Question about 2002 Ford Escape
Your bearing is shot, replace it. This is a sealed one-piece bearing and cannot be repaired. You'll need to remove the axle nut, brake caliper and rotor to get it out. You will also need the help of a machine shop to press out and insert the new bearing into the hub. If you take it into a mechanic expect to pay around 300 dollars for the repair. May sound like a lot but for the part and work involved it's not a bad price.
Bearings will usually go out between 70,000+ miles on these vehicles.
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
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