Originally Posted by TNtech
You mean TORX I bet. You'll need a socket not a wrench. Those parts store manuals are just good enough to get you confused and often leave key information out. Go to the Alldata website and see what the cost is for a single subscriber. It's very good.
Thanks for the reply, and for your info. about the torx lol didn't know the correct spelling I guess
My hubby borrowed a set of these "Torx" and got the job done on Saturday but,,,,,It didn't fix the problem w/ the right front wheel bearing unfortunately
When he turned the wheels to the left the noise would stop, so he thought it was the right front wheel bearing.....He changed the hub bearing to a Timkin w/ a great warannty of 3 year or 45,000 miles, can't beat that
Now, we still have this noise while accelerating and he's not sure if he needs to change the left wheel bearing now or what??.....The car makes a wooo wooo growl type sound it's so frustrating because we just purchased this car a month ago, didn't know it had these problems w/ it until after we purchased the car....The car had snow tires on the front all season on the back, and the car was loud due to this so when he bought new tires for the front, he heard the bearing noise
figured he'd replace it, but that didn't do the trick...Any advice for me dear, would be greatly appreciated
He's going to have a mechanic friend of his take a ride w/ him to hear this noise and see what he thinks it may be....
Thanks again, have a great week!