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My mother's car began making noises, my mechanic said one wheel bearing is going bad. I obtained quotes from different places that are all over the place- what is reasonable $ to fix it and what are the main questions I should ask? It's a 2010 Chevy Cobalt Thanks!!
A classic symptom of a bad wheel bearing is noise, so if a wheel is making "funny" noises when driving (squeaks, chirps, squeals, moans, etc.), or you hear a grinding noise when turning, it may indicate a bad wheel bearing. Other symptoms include steering wander or possibly a pull to one side when braking. Common cost is somewhere between $200 to $300 depending on where you are located.
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