Question about 1998 Toyota Camry
It's your wheel bearings..It came from the rear? Well, if it did...then this is how you determine what side you need to change..Read carefully.....find a safe and secluded lot....drive staight and turn your steering wheel to the left and right..If you turn to the left and the noise stops then you need to change your Rear driver side bearing same goes for the other just vice versa......Hope this helps...DO not take it to the dealer unless you're made of money... It cost an arm and leg to fix something that you can do in 20-30 min.... Google it!!
Posted on Feb 07, 2011
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