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Hi i have chevrolet malibu ls 1998 when i drive slowly the wheel make sound u dont know qhat is it

Omar Alieh
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Asked by Omar Oct 27, 2012 at 09:13 AM about the 1998 Chevrolet Malibu LS

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DavidH25
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If the sound goes away when you are driving faster, you may have a lug nut off rattling inside the hubcap the when you accelerate centrifugal force holds it still on the outer edge. Therefore no sound. Pop the hubcap and take a look, tighten all nuts.

frankchevyman
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hub bearing assembly bad

Omar Alieh
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The automatic transmission is making sound

Omar Alieh
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They told me that there is bearing inside automatic transmission

DavidH25
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Just be careful before you put out $800 or whatever for a new or rebuilt transmission. Get a second opinion. Avoid salvaged transmissions from wrecked cars unless you get a warranty. Those guys at the junkyards lie about miles on it, every one they have has 20,000 miles on it.

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Omar Alieh
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Anyway thx for u but rhey told that it can fix the bad bearing in automatic transmission and her in our country there os not lot of malibu car i am confised what to do

Omar Alieh
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I see one he told me that is about 20000km

Omar Alieh
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There was bearing r blown in automatic transmission i change it and sound is fine i put 100$ off 600$

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