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Noise From Rear Wheel Bearing on Chevrolet Aveo

Problem Description and Possible Solution

One or both rear wheel bearings may develop an abnormal noise and require replacement.

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Chevrolet Aveo Vehicles With This Problem

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Average mileage: 87,630 (33,000–175,000)
7 model years affected: 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, more2008, 2009, 2011
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I have had to replace the driver's side bearing twice, the first time at 33,000 miles and the second time at 60,000. Today at 84,000 my passenger side bearing broke. It seems like there is a major issue causing the same part to wear out repeatedly on a car that has been well maintained.....
Right rear wheel bearing making loud humming noises. Took to a shop to confirm the wheel bearing is falling apart.
Purchased used at 31k. First 24 hours I lost the alternator. Three weeks later it was the radiator. 45000 miles the passenger airbag light would toggle as I was driving down the road; it is now solid. 55 k miles the check engine light as a result of overfilling the fuel tank. 64 k the rear wheel bearings shot....What's next ????
I have really loud noise when driving and then lost some steering wheel control. The tires were sliding in the rear. My bearings went out and my husband had to repair. And because I drove with the noise for a while they got stuck when he tried to remove them they bent. Had a difficult time removing. Second time bearings have been replaced seems to be an issue with check aveo
Loud clunking sound from front tires when driving straight or turning right. When veering left slightly the sound goes away.
Soon after buying my chevy aveo few days ago i started noticing a roaring sound coming from the back of my car but cant tell which side it is yet. Ive not had time to get it checked out but i plain on doing it asap though before it gets any worse. The roaring sound dont start until i get up to 40 mph to 60 mph driving down the road. Im hoping its not to serious of a problem to fix. The noise aint to loud just yet but i think its a matter of time before it does get louder and worse.
I just put new tire on and new control arms with ball joints on both sides, got the balance and alignment.that's when tech told me that the rear hub bearing was bad.It started making that noise as soon as I put new tire on. Will keep you inform. Planning on getting them replace this week. Hope that the noise go away.