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Old 26 May 2008, 02:22 am
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Default wheel bearing problems

I have a 2000 Honda accord with a previous front end accident. I have
just had the rear passenger side wheel bearings changed (3 months ago)
and now need the rear drivers side done. My Honda mechanic says this
is surprising and only usually happens when there has been a rear end
accident. Any thoughts on why this has happened? Thanks.

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Old 26 May 2008, 03:37 am
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dharder wrote:
> I have a 2000 Honda accord with a previous front end accident. I have
> just had the rear passenger side wheel bearings changed (3 months ago)
> and now need the rear drivers side done. My Honda mechanic says this
> is surprising and only usually happens when there has been a rear end
> accident. Any thoughts on why this has happened? Thanks.
>

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It sat in 3 feet of water for a while? :-(

Are you sure that both your top and bottom slider pins in the brakes are
getting proper lubrication when the pads are inspected? It may not be
the wheel bearing at all. Some techs swivel the caliper UP and forget to
inspect the pin they just unbolted.

'Curly'
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Old 26 May 2008, 04:23 pm
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I have had to replace both rear wheel bearings on my 2000 Accord. Of
course it has 240,000 miles on it. The local Honda dealer actually carries
them in stock and told me it was pretty common.


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> just had the rear passenger side wheel bearings changed (3 months ago)
> and now need the rear drivers side done. My Honda mechanic says this
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> accident. Any thoughts on why this has happened? Thanks.
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