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Top Mechanics For Suzuki Wheel Bearing Replacement & Repairs

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Mobile mechanic in London, 35 years of experience

Abbey Auto Repair is a well established mobile mechanics that has built up an enviable reputation over the last 5 years. We pride ourselves on our commitment to provide a professional and speedy service a...

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Garage in Walsall, 25 years of experience

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Garage in Liverpool, 10 years of experience

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Garage in Wolverhampton, 8 years of experience

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Garage in Caterham , 25 years of experience

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Garage in Bristol, 24 years of experience

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Garage in Caterham, 14 years of experience

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Mobile mechanic in Exeter, 36 years of experience

I have been in the trade for over 38 years, and I have served my time as opposed to going down the academic route. I was originally involved with the Hometune franchise for a number of years before the franc...

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Garage in Lincoln , 12 years of experience

Arcade Automotive is a mobile based company, coming out to you and repairing your car quick and efficiently. We cover all job types.

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Garage in Rumney, 5 years of experience

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Garage in Exeter, 14 years of experience

Hi everyone, I am John I’m based in Southwest Devon and I have 14+ years experience on cars I’m very keen to find the problem and resolve as quickly as possible. I can cater for all your needs.

Frequently asked questions about Suzuki wheel bearing replacement & repairs

Read our answers to questions about wheel bearing replacement costs, symptoms and more.

What does a wheel bearing replacement on my Suzuki involve?

Over time, a damaged wheel bearing can affect your car’s steering, as the weight of the bearings, or any defects in the race can cause your wheels to not sit level with the road. This can lead to uneven and premature tyre wear, and your car behaving unpredictably when turning corners.

Once the problem has been diagnosed, a wheel bearing replacement should be carried out as soon as possible.

What are the signs of a bad Suzuki 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.

How long does it take to replace a wheel bearing on my Suzuki?

A front wheel bearing replacement on average takes just over 1 hour, but can take anywhere from under 1 hours to 2 hours. A rear wheel bearing replacement takes on average under 1 hour, but can range from under 1 hour to 2 hours. Ultimately, the time that the job will take will depend on a number of factors, like your vehicle's make and model, year, as well as other factors. Select your car at the top of this page for information on job time and cost for your vehicle through ClickMechanic.

How often do you replace Suzuki wheel bearings?

A typical wheel bearing will likely need replacing every 30,000 to 60,000 miles, depending on a number of variables. Remember, wheel bearings should always be serviced as and when stipulated in the guidelines set out by your car's manufacturer.

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.

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.

How common is a wheel bearing replacement on my Suzuki?

Wheel bearings are often damaged when a car hits a kerb with some force. But also, because the bearings have to be able to travel as smoothly as possible around the race to help keep your car wheels turning predictably.

Until the late-1990s, it was common for car manufacturers to recommend wheel bearing replacement every 30,000 miles. But while today’s wheel bearings can typically last twice as long, many cars are also doing far higher mileages, so they are subjected to much more wear and tear.

How to extend the lifetime of your Suzuki wheel bearings?

A hard impact against a kerb can easily damage a wheel bearing. So avoiding hitting any kerb is a good way to treat your wheel bearings kindly and prolong their life.

Also, while wheel bearings can withstand lots of wear and abuse, their biggest enemies are heat and water. Heat – which is usually caused by a lack of lubrication, so too will water penetrating the bearings.

How much does it cost to replace a wheel hub assembly on Suzuki?

Replacing a wheel hub assembly, as seen on many modern vehicles, would cost between £150 to over £300 depending on the vehicle model and hub assembly used.

How long will a worn wheel bearing last on my Suzuki?

A worn wheel bearing can quickly fail, sometimes within 100-200 miles. This can cause further damage to the wheel hub and suspension. It is therefore advisable you get the wheel bearing issue fixed before you drive the car again.

How long do wheel bearings last on my Suzuki?

Wheel bearings can last as much as 60,000 miles, but this does depend on a few factors. Maintaining the bearings, like regular lubrication, according to manufacturer recommendations is key to extend their lifespan.

What does it sound like when a wheel bearing on Suzuki is going out?

A wheel bearing that's on it's way out will usually produce a clunking, thudding or squeaking noise. The noise will come from one of the wheels on the car where the wheel bearings are fitted. If noise is coming from a wheel bearing it's important to get it checked by a professional mechanic.

What can cause Suzuki wheel bearings to fail?

The cause of a wheel bearing to break is typically due to excessive wear and tear, although it can also be caused by an impact or other damage. Sometimes improper installation can also lead to wheel bearing failure.

Is wheel bearing replacement covered under Suzuki warranty?

No, they will most likely not be covered under warranty as they are considered a wear and tear component.

Can local garages offer home collection and delivery for Suzuki wheel bearing replacement?

Yes, many local garages are able to offer collection and delivery for a wheel bearing replacement on your Suzuki. With ClickMechanic collection & delivery is free if your vehicle is drivable. Once booked a mechanic will pick up the vehicle on the day and time of your choice, do the work, and return the vehicle at a time convenient to you. Simply enter your vehicle registration number and postcode to get an upfront price for a wheel bearing replacement on your Suzuki.

Can mobile mechanics do Suzuki wheel bearing replacement at my home or office?

Yes, mobile mechanics can do a wheel bearing replacement at your home or office on your Suzuki, provided there is a safe and sufficient space to conduct the repair or replacement. With ClickMechanic, once booked for a date and time of your choice, your booking will be offered to vetted mobile mechanics in your area.

How much does a Suzuki wheel bearing replacement cost?

The cost for a Suzuki wheel bearing replacement depends on the model of your Suzuki. See the averages for different models below. We use industry standard data & millions of data points so you know what you should be paying.

These estimates may include Front wheel bearing kit, Front wheel bearing kit, Rear wheel bearing kit, Rear wheel bearing kit, Front wheel bearing kit (driver side), Front wheel bearing kit (passenger side), Rear wheel bearing kit (driver side) and/or Rear wheel bearing kit (passenger side).

Name Average Cost
Suzuki Alto £149 Get exact price
Suzuki Carry £184 Get exact price
Suzuki Celerio £184 Get exact price
Suzuki Grand Vitara £274 Get exact price
Suzuki Ignis £165 Get exact price
Suzuki Jimny £202 Get exact price
Suzuki Kizashi £266 Get exact price
Suzuki Liana £263 Get exact price
Suzuki Samurai £208 Get exact price
Suzuki S-Cross £202 Get exact price
Suzuki SJ413 £114 Get exact price
Suzuki Splash £154 Get exact price
Suzuki Swift £168 Get exact price
Suzuki SX4 £167 Get exact price
Suzuki Vitara £186 Get exact price
Suzuki Wagon R £146 Get exact price

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  • Suzuki Super Carry
  • Suzuki Baleno
  • Suzuki 800

Estimates on average repair costs, such as the above results for a wheel bearing replacement, are based on ClickMechanic's quote data which combines multiple third-party sources. Actual costs may vary. We provide estimates on average repair costs for information only and accept no liability for any inaccuracies or errors. If you think an estimate is incorrect, please contact us to let us know.

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