Question about 2003 Jeep Liberty
2003 Jeep liberty. Front end noise sounds like wheel bearing. Test drove turned wheel from left to right could not hear noise?
Lift the tires off the ground and spin them and check for any play in the bearings. Look at your tires. If they have flat spots on the outter edges of the tire then that is probably the noise you are hearing.
Posted on Apr 19, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: noise in front end, sounds
You say the rear wheel axles and bearings have been replaced, you mention nothing of the front wheels, you have the symptoms of a front wheel bearing being worn out, remove them and check for pitting in the bearing rollers or the bearing races, I am sure you will find a problem. Hope this helps solve your issue with the bearing noise.
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
SOURCE: wheel bearings
it is a bearing and hub assembly, average price is around $200 US
There are 2 designs, the cheaper ones have external ABS sensor, the more expensive has ABS sensor built into the hub assy..
here is a picture of the hub assy w/built in ABS sensor.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
You must replace wheel bearings in pairs to avoid loading the old bearing and, in time ruining your new bearing hub it is possible that you have already damaged the new hub
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
Check wheel bering for play if there is no play , it doesn't mean that bearing is NOT bad its can still be dry and would be making that grinding sound you described Also check axle and see if boot is broken. That may be your problem also make sure that rotors are not gouged/scraped up and pads are good.Contact if you need more help and thanks for using FIX YA
Posted on May 05, 2009
You should definitely pull the front wheel and check the bearings (they are roller bearings, not ball bearings). With the wheel off, you should be able to isolate where the noise is coming from, but I vote for the bearings. Check, replace and/or repack, and adjust properly. If you have noise, you should be able to feel the "play" in the bearings, or see the wear problem on the spindle and bearings. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
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