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, haywood.perry@dla.mil
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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