I started this elsewhere but not getting much feedback but for one person, there must be others that can offer and idea. my cobalt is making noise like it is getting a bad wheel bearing I can't tell what side or front or back. with the geo's you can turn the car and if the noise reduces in a right turn it is the left front left turn it is the right front no change and then go for the back bearings and they are loose. but on my car I jacked it up tried to move the tires top and bottom in and out rocking and they all are tight. I spun them and I can not hear or feel any sign of a problem. so I have a few options I can take them off one at a time and inspect them lot of work, or just start replacing them lot of money. what other test might I try to determine what bearing may be the problem? the car is an auto 2.2 with 106k on it.
another question can the bearings be removed and replaced? that will be cheaper than getting the complete units. anyone did this repair? I have Detroit ball bearing distributor just down the road and I'm sure they can get the bearings for it. thanks