On the 15November 2014 I replaced the wheel bearings for corolla sedan 2001.however,I did not take a sample of those bearings and now I can hear a sound of finished bearings.So,please help with the size of the bearing for corolla sedan 2001 and how long do normal bearings take .

Asked by Dec 26, 2014 at 04:35 PM about the 2001 Toyota Corolla CE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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If you went to the auto store and said that you needed wheel bearings for a 2007 Corolla, they should have given you the correct bearings. If you replaced your bearings and are still hearing a noise, you may have another problem. Have you checked your CV joint boots for splits? If your boots split open, they will lose grease, causing your front end to also make noise. Have you checked your brakes also? Make sure your pads are good and not grinding into the rotor.

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