I'm talking about the wheel bearings making a humming sound rear wheel very bad at 60 miles on free way how much they go for and what website I can find good cheap ones ??????????
I had to replace my wheel bearings in the rear twice on my 2014 Nissan Versa NoteBack rear bearings sound like they gets bad fast on this cars anybody have any issues with your own Nissan wheel bearing wearing out I have 13200 miles,,, drives like a champion but after changing transmission fluid filter oil change like normal has well CVT transmission runs great my question is anybody have same problem has mine I have Nissan versa sedan SL 2017
So what you find out about the drum it self??One of mine went out on my used 2016. After finding out the cost of repair/replace, I got the complete drum from a wrecked one for pennies on the dollar, and installed it in minutes.
So far so good.
You're more likely to end up buying the drum, the lugs, and bearing separately. Then having a machine shop press the bearing in unless you have the equipment yourself - which most of us don't.So what you find out about the drum it self??
Please share where I can purchase this part. I've spent days searching online with no luck. Haven't reached out to Nissan yet. I took my 15 Note SV to a tire shop. They said I need the drum/bearing assembly together and an ABS tone ring. I need this car fixed asap. It's my career. 283,000 miles and still running strong.104k on mine and let me help you out. Buy the OEM loaded rear hubs. Anything else the drums won’t have bearings, studs, or the ABS tone ring. You will jump through so many hoops trying to find what you need after the fact. I thought I was going to save money. And the amount of extra time it took, I wish I would have spent it.
I just found a car at a pull-a-part Yard, where it was wrecked on the front end.Please share where I can purchase this part. I've spent days searching online with no luck. Haven't reached out to Nissan yet. I took my 15 Note SV to a tire shop. They said I need the drum/bearing assembly together and an ABS tone ring. I need this car fixed asap. It's my career. 283,000 miles and still running strong.
Right. Thankfully they don't do that at the one I usually go to.Yes used can be great there. Waggle the wheel on car to check for loose and if tight then spin it fast. If no undue noise get THAT one. I prefer to have to remove tire/wheel so it is on to allow for the looseness check and spin better. Meaning the car will be a top one if they double stack them in the yard.