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Acorn Motors

High Wycombe , 30 years of experience

26th May 2018
“Ray was very on point and knowledgeable. Pointing out a few safety things that will need sorting on my car in the near future.”


Toyota Yaris • Wheel bearing replacement - rear (both)

17th December 2015
“Ray was very punctual and polite and kept me informed throughout the day with regard to my car service. My only disappointment was that he said he could not 'bleed' my brakes as he stated that after speaking with the Ford service centre, he needed a special tool to be able to do the job properly. Apart from this I was very satisfied with everything that was done.“


Ford Fiesta • Service - Major


45 Reviews


Automotive Solutions

Hull , 20 years of experience

25th May 2018
“Ben has done an excellent job at fixing my Toyota against all the odds that was thrown at him, he got it back up and running in no time which we are very grateful to him and now I free safe travelling the 300miles for our holiday.”


Toyota Previa • Front wheel bearing (one) replacement

27th November 2017
“Couldn't be happier with the work Ben carried out for me. Very friendly mechanic who did a great job at replacing my noisy wheel baring. Stress free repair from a top notch mechanic. Highly recommend! A++++ .”


Renault Modus • Rear wheel bearing (one) replacement


141 Reviews


R And B Autos

Wishaw , 7 years of experience

23rd May 2018
“Your mechanic was very knowledgable of my car, he knew exactly what he was doing.
All in all he did a very good repair.”


Peugeot 3008 Crossover • Front wheel bearing (one) replacement

10th April 2017
“Mechanic was first class and friendly fantastic job”


Honda Accord • Fuel tank replacement


246 Reviews


16th May 2018
“Mechanic ,Darren , arrived on time,was knowledgeable,and very easy to talk to.After returning the vehicle,he explained the faults that were fixed,and mentioned a couple of minor faults,that may need attention in the future . I am extremeley happy with Darren,and would highley reccomend him to anyone in need of a good car mechanic.
many thanks for quickmechanic and Darren!“



Suzuki Wagon R • Wheel bearing replacement - rear (both)

14th December 2017
“Darren was on time, very polite, fast and efficient. I was completely happy with his performance and manner. I will definitely use you again Darren was a big part of my reason why.
Scott ”


BMW 3 Series • Front brake pads (all) replacement


10 Reviews


Devon Auto Support

Crediton , 10 years of experience

9th May 2018
“Couldn't be happier with the service, great job done and great mechanic friendly and professional”


Land Rover Discovery 3 • Front wheel bearing (one) replacement

23rd May 2018
“Dean was very helpful and accommodating considering my car broke down and needed a very specific and expensive part 300 miles from home. He assured me of the work that needed to be done and arranged a repair very quickly, keeping both me and my family who were looking after the car in my absence informed along the way. I'm very grateful for all his help.“


Mazda Mazda3 • Car Won't Start Inspection

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Want to learn more about Wheel Bearing replacements?

Read our short guide with information on costs, symptoms and more.

What does a Wheel Bearing do?

A wheel bearing enables the wheel (and with it the wheel hub) to rotate smoothly on a wheels' upright by reducing the friction between the moving and non-moving parts of the wheel hub. The bearings are usually made up out of roll or ball bearings in which the outer part of the wheel hub can turn. Each wheel is fitted with a set of bearings, most cars have two sets of bearings, one for the inner part of the wheel hub and one for the outer part.

How do you know there is something wrong with a Wheel Bearing?

  • When the car vibrates whilst driving.
  • When a wheel does not move (bearing has seized).
  • When there is a thudding or clunking noise coming from underneath the car.
  • When there is a squeaking noise coming from underneath the car.

When should you consider a Wheel Bearing replacement?

Over time the bearings can wear, usually, the bearings wear due to inadequate lubrication. In severe cases, it might be that a bearing fails completely. The result is generally a squeaking or grinding noise coming from one of the car's wheels.

Bearings are either sealed or unsealed. Unsealed bearings can be regreased and reused (if not damaged), sealed bearings on the other hand cannot be reused but can only be discarded and replaced if worn out.

Addressing issues with the wheel bearings timely and professionally is key to prevent further, more expensive, damage. It is therefore also recommendable not to drive the car when noticing a shudder through the steering wheel or if you feel the wheels shaking.

Should you experience problems with the bearings then it is advisable that you have them inspected as soon as possible and, if necessary, have the bearings replaced. Always remember to service the bearings as and when stipulated in the guidelines set out by your car's manufacturer.

What happens during a Wheel Bearing replacement?

* The mechanic will jack the car safely.
* The mechanic will inspect the wheel with the faulty bearing.
* If necessary, the mechanic will replace the faulty bearing.
* The mechanic will refit the bearing and wheel.
* The mechanic will torque the wheel to the pressure stipulated by the manufacturer.
* The mechanic will advise if other components need to be replaced.
* The mechanic will test drive the car.
* If necessary, the mechanic will make adjustments.

How much does a Wheel Bearing Replacement cost?

The cost of a wheel bearing replacement depends on your car and what parts your car's manufacturer recommends using for the replacement. Find out what you could save by having your wheel bearing replaced by ClickMechanic, by selecting your car at the top of this page!

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