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Question Details Asked:Dec 21, 2010 - 11:45 AMStatus:Closed
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No, wheel bearings don't rattle. It's hard for us to know what this noise is, not being there, but one possible source if it's from the wheels is missing anti-rattle springs on the disk brake pads.
wheel bearings are a possible caus is it when you hit a bump possible sway bar bushing or link when acceling/deceling posible diff problem also did you replace the strut bearings when doing struts
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