Wheel Bearing Noise? Learn How to Check Your Wheel Bearings

If you get stuck in a situation where you have a wheel bearing going bad, it can be a ...

If you get stuck in a situation where you have a wheel bearing going bad, it can be a real pain in the rear end to get fixed and the worst part of the whole thing is that it’s one of those situations that’s pretty urgent that you get to. After all, it does pretty much hold up the car and make it roll forward.

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This time, we ride along with YouTuber, Chris Fix, the guy who is been behind tons of DIY videos that explain to us how to diagnose and address problems as they occur in your ride over all sorts of systems and platforms, gives us the lowdown on everything that is wheel bearing.

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There are several ways to check out your bearing and I wouldn’t say that one is better than the other, but if you suspect that your bearing might be going bad, I would probably try out one of these methods if not more to be sure that you don’t have an issue the next time you’re driving down the road.

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Check out the video down below as Chris takes us through three simple steps that will help you to decide if it’s time to replace that pesky bearing or not. It might end up being somewhat expensive but the alternative is most certainly a lot worse than getting the problem addressed. You don’t want to end up losing a wheel, now do you?

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