Ram Dakota Wheel Bearing Service Cost

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Wheel Bearing Repack
The average cost for a Ram Dakota wheel bearing service is between $228 and $292. Labor costs are estimated between $184 and $234 while parts are priced between $44 and $58. Estimate does not include taxes and fees.
Note about price: The cost of this service or repair can vary by location, your vehicle's make and model, and even your engine type. Related repairs may also be needed. Talk with a RepairPal Certified shop to learn which repairs might be right for you.

A worn wheel bearing may make a grinding, growling, or rumbling sound that will get louder as the vehicle speed increases.

Sometimes a worn wheel bearing will grind or rumble as the vehicle is turned while traveling at city driving speeds or when the brakes are applied to slow down the vehicle as it exits from a freeway.

A worn wheel bearing may make a grinding, growling, or rumbling sound that will get louder as the vehicle speed increases.

Sometimes a worn wheel bearing will grind or rumble as the vehicle is turned while traveling at city driving speeds or when the brakes are applied to slow down the vehicle as it exits from a freeway.

We recommend using factory wheel bearing replacement parts and replacing the wheel bearings, their races, and seals as a set (i.e. replacing both front inner and outer wheel bearings or replacing both rear inner and outer wheel bearings).

We recommend inspecting all serviceable wheel bearings at every brake inspection or at 30,000-mile intervals, whichever comes first.

We recommend inspecting, cleaning, and repacking all serviceable wheel bearings at 60,000-mile intervals.

We recommend using factory wheel bearing replacement parts and replacing the wheel bearings, their races, and seals as a set (i.e. replacing both front inner and outer wheel bearings or replacing both rear inner and outer wheel bearings).

We recommend inspecting all serviceable wheel bearings at every brake inspection or at 30,000-mile intervals, whichever comes first.

We recommend inspecting, cleaning, and repacking all serviceable wheel bearings at 60,000-mile intervals.

We recommend using factory wheel bearing replacement parts and replacing the wheel bearings, their races, and seals as a set (i.e. replacing both front inner and outer wheel bearings or replacing both rear inner and outer wheel bearings).

We recommend inspecting all serviceable wheel bearings at every brake inspection or at 30,000-mile intervals, whichever comes first.

We recommend inspecting, cleaning, and repacking all serviceable wheel bearings at 60,000-mile intervals.

Wheel bearing-like noises can be created by other components such as cupped tires, aggressive all-weather tire tread designs, a worn final drive gear set in either a manual or automatic transaxle, a worn out front or rear differential, or a worn drive shaft center support bearing.