Question about Dodge Caravan
I would get another opinion.It could be a tire noise that sounds like a bearing issue.
Possibly they weren't installed or greased correctly the first time.If the work is done,ask to see the ones removed.
Unsure what model that you have.
But if you can or have a mechanic or friend check the bearing by raising the wheel on the faulty side(safely and supported)with the hand brake off,spin the wheel fast while putting your hand onto the shock absorber that side.Any harshness in the bearing will be felt as a vibration in the shock.This is really only effective on a fwd vehicle.
Listen for a rumbling noise also,and check for 'rock' in the wheel by holding onto the wheel top and bottom and pushing/pulling at the top and pull/push at the bottom.Depending on the type of bearing,there either should be no movement or just the slightest feel of movement.
Finally while spinning the tires,check for any unusual wear or out of round of each.
Let me know your findings.Hope this helps you.
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
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