Q: Once the wheel bearing needs replaced do more issues seem to arise?

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I'm looking to buy an 06 Chevy outlander off of Craigslist and was informed it needs an O2 sensor and wheel bearing replaced. I don't want to invest if this vehicle will be more likely to just continue having more and more issues from this point.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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