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Old 09-30-2011, 06:53 AM   #1
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Default Rear Wheel Bearings 1999 Mustang

I have a friend at work, and he has a '99 Mustang V8. He is trying to replace the wheel bearings on the car, since the car is making a sound like breaks are dragging.

He replaced the bearings where the wheel was coming from, however it is still making noise. He is trying to figure out if there are 2 sets of bearings on each side of the rear axle.

I would help him out, but my knowledge on this generation of Mustangs isn't that great, so I thought i'd come to the experts.

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Old 09-30-2011, 07:39 AM   #2
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Could be the carrier bearings. Does it make more noise when turning? Double check the brakes too.
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Just asked him, he said it doesn't make more sound when it is turning. Just one constant sound.
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Follow behind him and make sure his wheels aren't wobbling. A bent axle can create that metal on metal noise.
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