Q: Can my CV axle cause bearing to keep messing up on my Ford explorer xlt 2003

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Rear wheel bearings keep messing up even though there's no noise on CV axle can it be that they just pressing them wrong

My car has 18000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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