It is possible that one could fail, be it environment, quality of part installed, useage, etc. I would probably guess that the logic the mechanic is using is based on the following: Same part most likely from the same manufacturer that have been exposed to the same conditions. This makes it likely to have them both fail at approx. The same time. However, it is possible that one failed due to some other cause and you will get another 100K out of the other one. It is wholly you decision on what to do. You may wish to wait on the other one, it is your call.
Price I show is about $70 for the bearing and 2 hours labor. Hard to reach $400 for the repair.
Tuesday, April 3rd, 2007 AT 11:14 AM