WHEN I TALKED TO THE SERVICE WOMAN SHE SAID THEY WOULD HAVE TO DO A SUSPENSION CHECK TO SEE EXACTLY WHICH BEARING(S)NEEDED REPLACEMENT. EVIDENTLY THERE ARE INNER AND OUTER BEARINGS. IF THEY DID NOT DO A SUSPENSION CHECK AT THE TIME, HOW WOULD THEY KNOW I HAD BAD BEARINGS. I DO NOT NOTICE ANY COMPROMISE IN MY CAR'S DRIVEABILITY OR STEERING. IT ONLY HAS 62,000 MILES ON IT.
I WAS TOLD MY FRONT BEARING OR BEARINGS (NEVER SPECIFIED) NEEDED REPLACEMENT on 2001 Kia Sportage
by evamarkiw in Springfield, OR on March 10, 2013
ANSWER by IntegrityAuto , May 29, 2013
You are right. They should have been able to tell you especially if they were already looking at the car. We would be happy to take a quick look at it for you.
ANSWER by ziptie12 , March 10, 2013
Maybe inner/outer tie-rods? Any noise while driving above 45MPH?