How do you know you need to replace the wheel hub bearing?
If you have the following symptoms:
1. - You hear that low growling, humming, or whirring noise when you're driving at about 30-45 MPH.
2. - The noise may come and go if you turn the steering wheel back and forth while driving on a straight road.
3. - THE ABS light comes on and stays on.
4. - Check the wheel bearing by lifting the front tires using your car jack or other similar item.
While facing the tire, hold it at the 12 and 6 o’clock position and rock the tire in and out by pressing at the 6 and 12 o’clock position repeatedly.
If the bearing is worn you will feel movement.
If you are not sure of the results, have it inspected by a professional shop before replacing the wheel hub bearing.
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