What is noise from. rear driverside wheel coming from?

Asked by Aug 03, 2013 at 12:18 AM about the 2005 Volkswagen GTI 1.8T 2-Door FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I had rear driverside wheel bearing replaced yesterday for
320 dollars only to hit the highway an hear almost the same
noise not as loud but still there much weaker though

4 Answers

take it back to the shop with your receipt and ask "did you put any grease in there?"....These are NOT permanently lubed....perhaps your guys are new to the job~

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I agree with judge. Have the shop double check thier work.

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you know if you look at the back of your digital camera while looking in the mirror you can effectively snap a picture of yourself with the cap putting the camera higher to take up most of the real estate in the frame...then use GIMP 2.0 to edit down to head size and five inch by 200 dots per inch~

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again, I agree with Judge_Roy, sounds like the new bearing was not properly packed with the correct grease.

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