- Test drove vehicle and confirmed customer concern. Raised vehicle on lift to check for source of noise. Drive belt and engine components ok. Ran vehicle in air and found noise originating from driver front wheel bearing. Recommend replacement of wheel bearing to correct issue.
- Removed front wheel and brake components. Disconnected axle retainer and pressed axle from hub. Disconnected lower ball joint and lowered control arm. Removed tie rod end and strut mount from spindle. Pressed hub assembly from spindle. Pressed on new hub and bearing. Reinstalled spindle to vehicle. Reconnected strut, tie rod end, and ball joint on lower control arm. Reinstalled axle to hub and retorqued axle nut. Reinstalled brakes and wheel. Test drove vehicle. No further whirring noise present from hub.
Barbara R. gave our service a 5 star review on 11/12/2023