Question about 1997 Hyundai Accent
My name is mike, I will try and help you out best I can with out of course seeing the car in person.
If you did your own wheel bearings or had them done, the noise could be from the packing of the bearing, might not have been packed right with proper grease, or the housing around inside where wheel bearing goes could be worn out. Now, before we go there, first have your breaks checked out, sometimes the noise comes from the rotors, as if break rotors are worn or warped will sound like a wheel bearing. Even if you pads are goods, rotors can be worn or warped and cause this same similar sound. If breaks and rotors check out ok, then wheel barring housing might need to be fixed, they have have sleeves they can put in housing to help this, with out have housing bored out or replaced. I hope this helps some. Best to have this checked out like at Les swab who deals with breaks and rotors and bearings. And they are knowledgeable . I hope this helps turn you to the right direction. Mike
Posted on Sep 16, 2011
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