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(3.0L AUTOMATIC) FRONT END GROWL

1988 Chrysler New Yorker

I have just been told by Chrysler that the growl coming from the front end of the car, while driving, is caused by the front wheel bearings needing grease. I just had both transaxles replaced less than 10K miles ago.

Is it likely that the wheel bearings would require repair/greasing within this short of time period?

What would cause the wheel bearings to require work in such a short period?

Chrysler estimates the work to be about $400 to repair.

The car has 125,000 miles on it.
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Oahe Pilot
March 14, 2007.



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