Signs of a Damaged Wheel Hub Bearing in Your Car

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The wheel hub bearing kelps to maintain the balance of your car while driving. The first sign of a damaged hub bearing is unusual sounds from the tire area and abnormal tire wear. The wheel alignment also gets affected. See the given slideshow to find the signs of a damaged wheel bearing in your car.

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Signs of a Damaged Wheel Hub Bearing in Your Car

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Signs of a damaged wheel hub bearing differ in magnitude.

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Some may be difficult to detect, leading to serious damage.

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The time frame in which damage occurs is linked to driving conditions.

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Here are the signs of a damaged wheel hub bearing in your car.

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Unusual sound from tire area

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It is very difficult to detect a damaged wheel bearing as it doesn’t happen often.

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Loud grinding or roaring sound is a sign of damaged wheel bearing.

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This is caused due to the excess heat build-up in the wheel hub bearing.

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It is the metal-to-metal grinding sound you will be hearing.

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Abnormal tire wear

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Worn out wheel hub bearings lead to uneven tire wear.

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It is quite a rarity for wheel bearings to wear evenly.

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If the left tire is showing more wear, the issue is in left hub bearing & vice-versa.

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Contact a certified mechanic if you observe this issue.

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Issues in the wheels

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If you jack up your car, then you can check this one yourself.

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You can grab the wheel on opposite sides & attempt to move it back & forth.

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If the bearings are good, then the wheel won’t wobble.

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If the wheel assembly moves back & forth, then the bearings are damaged.

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The above-discussed points are signs of wheel hub bearing damage.

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Take your car to an automotive repair shop to fix the issue.

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