Noise from front end on 2003 GMC Yukon Denali

Car has noise coming from front passinger side (metalic-rubbing-clicking) sound not consistant with speed or wheel spin. Does Denalis have issues with bearings? 116k miles on drivetrain.

by in Colorado Springs, CO on September 14, 2010
2 answers
ANSWER by on November 08, 2010
Yes! I had to changed my 03 Denali R/front wheel bearning Hub assembly at 125000 miles. Changed it my self in less than an hour. Josh,
ANSWER by on March 23, 2011
it could be your wheel bearing,i had to replace mine. not to hard to do yourself. if you hear a humming noise that goes up and down with speed then it is your axle bearings, i replaced those also. those are a pain!! I took the axle out myself and had a axle shop replace the bearings for about $450 bucks. The dealer wanted 3 times that!! If you want to avoid that problem replace your axle lube every other year. I tow a boat quite a bit so i do it every year. I also use 75W-140 instead of 75w-90. Never had a problem since!
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