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This is a discussion on Left Front Bearings within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; hey guys I just got a 2006 Subaru WRX and the left front bearing is starting to whobble (but no ...

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    Left Front Bearings

    hey guys I just got a 2006 Subaru WRX and the left front bearing is starting to whobble (but no noise). Is this like a common thing and how much is it to get a it fixed?

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    How do you know there is an issue? Yes,parts go bad. You didn't even state the mileage. Price is not fixed. Call your local shops for quotes.
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    How do you know it's a bearing? I'd suspect something wobbling would be more of a tire balancing issue.
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    Notice any change in the brakes? If the wheel bearing really has play, then the brake rotor "wobbles" with the wheel. Makes for a longer brake pedal move, if not even the need to pump the brake. Unless you notice a change in the brake, there is no bearing issue. Could be loose nuts, out-of-balance, damaged tire, even bent rim.
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