Q: I have a problem with my front wheel bearings.

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Both of the front wheel bearings make noise when I drive.

The front wheel bearings on this vehicle are known to get very noisy after getting some mileage on them. The only fix is to get the wheel bearings replaced. The bearings are pressed in parts and a qualified mechanic to replace them is recommended.

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