Q: Problem with a wheel bearing.

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I think I have a wheel bearing going out.

A mechanic will have to check to see if you have a wheel bearing that is noisy when they test drive the vehicle. You are not specifying the front or rear bearing noises. The front is part of the front hub and replaced as an assembly. The rear takes removing the axle shafts and hubs.

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