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Old 07-02-2008, 10:31 AM
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Default Maxima making bearing noise when turning a curve and slowing down

I have a 2001 maxima and replaced all 4 tires and rear brakes about a month ago. When I am slowing down and when turning a curve, the car is making a noise that seems like I'm bearing down on something. Could this be related to the front brakes or rotors, which I have yet to replace or what else could it be?
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if its a popping noise it might be a cv boot i believe
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hubbearing perhaps?
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could be a wheel bearing if u suspect or want to check jack/lift the wheel and and shake the wheel if its got play then it might be the wheel bearing. wheel should only go front not side to side. repeat for other sides as well to make sure
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Yes do check the wheel bearings closely. I've replaced a few on the maxie's and its not uncommon to find a bad bearing on the rear.
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