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    lipperrandylipperrandy
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      I’m looking for a way to determine which wheel bearing is making noise.

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      BigCBigC
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        Hi lipperrandy,

        Does the whining sound increase when the vehicle turns to the left or right? Usually a wheel bearing produces more of a “growling” noise than “whining” noise. Typically, if the noise increases when you turn left, the right side passenger bearing is bad. And when you turn right, the left side driver bearing is bad. Note, that this is not always the case, depending on the type of vehicle you have, and if it is equipped with inner and outer bearings.

        Do you have any play with the passenger side tire? You might also remove that tire and spin the hub by hand too. If the faint ticking sound is still there, then I would suspect that bearing to be bad. Double check to other suspension components as well when you have the tire off the ground. Good luck and keep us posted.

        #443628
        dreamer2355dreamer2355
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          +1 on BigC’s post regarding wheel bearings making a growling noise when they fail.

          However, if your hearing a ‘ticking’ or ‘clicking’ noise, suspect a possible bad CV Axle.

          Also, did you examine and do a visual inspection the brake system on the suspect

          #443629
          lipperrandylipperrandy
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            Now that it’s been pointed out a growl s probably a more accurate description. I didn’t notice any difference in the noise turning left or right, nor did I notice any play in the wheel when I had it jacked up. The brakes looked good with no sign of anything broken. I still have to look at the video which I’ll try to do tonight. thanks for the suggestions.

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            EricTheCarGuy 1EricTheCarGuy
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              Wheel bearings that make noise don’t often have any play when you try and move the wheel so you would have better luck nailing it down either by using the method that I’ve shown in my video OR buy using the ‘turning’ method that has been suggested several times in the comments of that same video. In case I haven’t posted it already.

              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdRpnK5MGQ8

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