Q: SUV making noise and won't move

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My SUVs right side front six bearings came out. The SUV is making a noise and will not move.

Hello, I am unsure what you are referring to as "six bearings". You are either referring to the front wheel bearing or the front axle shaft. Having missing bearing can put you in danger while driving because there is risk of the wheel coming off. I would recommend having a mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, inspect your car noise to determine the exact cause of your vehicle’s issues.

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