How to Diagnose a Wheel Bearing Noise?

Answer The wheel bearings inside of a wheel hub are the main components that enable the wheel and the hub to turn around the spindle. Over time, harsh driving conditions and lack of lubrication can cause ... Read More »

Top Q&A For: How to Diagnose a Wheel Bearing Noise

How to Diagnose a Bad Wheel Bearing on a 1990 Civic?

The 1990 Honda Civic uses a sealed roller bearing in the front wheels and a bearing and hub assembly at the rear wheels. These bearings cannot be lubricated. Bad wheel bearings present a safety haz... Read More »

How to Diagnose a Bad Wheel Hub Bearing Assembly on a Silverado?

Chevrolet Silverado full-size trucks use a hub and wheel bearing that is a single, sealed unit. The wheel speed sensor for the anti-lock braking system also works with the hub wheel bearing as well... Read More »

How to Locate Wheel Bearing Noise?

Wheel bearings are some of the most important and least regarded parts of your vehicle's drivetrain. When they start to malfunction, wheel bearings typically emit a signature grinding or whining so... Read More »

How to Replace the Front Wheel Bearing Wheel on a 2005 Dodge Grand Caravan?

If your brakes have recently been serviced but you hear a grinding noise coming from the front end of your 2005 Dodge Grand Caravan it might be time to change the front wheel bearings. The wheel be... Read More »