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I have a rumbling noise coming from the front

I have a 1800 vectra p.reg,when i take my foot of the accelerator i get a rumbling noise,but it goes when i accellerate.i have been told it is the diff bearing. can i do this job myself,and is it easy. thanks

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It could possibly be the wheel bearings

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