I have a 2003 Dodge Durango, 4.7, 2 wheel drive that I’ve been having a problem with the wheel bearings. I’ve replaced them numerous times only to recieve the same results each time, “the noise of a bearing going bad” I’ve turned my rotors, even swapped the bearing from side to side and the sound swapped from side to side also. These are sealed hub bearing assemblys. Is it possible to get four bad bearings in a row. I’m at the end of my rope, HELP ME!!!
Are you running a larger tire/wheel combination on the vehicle than stock?
There are numerous ways to go wrong removing/installing bearings. Sometimes to much force is used or a incorrect press piece is used (damaging the bearing). Are you using all the correct tools and techniques in your bearing work?
Is there a nut or a spanner that retains the bearings and holds the hub on the spindle? How much torque are you putting on that??