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    Default Cuore 2008 wheel bearing problem. purchase suggestion

    My cuore is making some noise from wheel while my car is at speed above 40 km/h and increase with speed. My mechanic told me that its due to the faulty wheel bearing . he checked while lifted car on the jack and turning wheels by hand. I also heard a abnormal noise from my back wheel (right side). Could you please suggest me the place where i can purchase a genuine bearing. I am intending to purchase from toyota society motors karachi. also recommend me that whether fixing requires special press machines or any mechanic will do the job.

    urgent advise is requested.


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    Bro,
    Cuore seems to have this problem. I also had to get bearings changed within first 5K KM. So go ahead and get it replaced

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    as told py fellow pakwheeler .. yes it is a isue with cuore.. but its not much of a problem . in market both chinese and taiwan bearings are available ... some even say they have japanese one .. but its not true entirely ... they are usually taiwanes one sold as japs ..

    no big issue .. go for taiwanes.. available for 1000-1200 max ..

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    Brother actually ur Kharda do not Fit Wheel Hub Bearing very good.
    that why this Taiwan Brand Bearing are disorder.
    Few days back i had saw a hug amount of Cuore Kabuli Spares Parts in Auto Market.
    Why U do not try to serach Genuine Wheel Hub Bearing made Japan over there.
    Our Desi Kharda Bahi Lok Press Wheel Hub Bearing with their Hammer tool.
    that why it will not fix in Wheel Hub.

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    purchasing from Toyota service centers cost about Rs. 1300 for only one wheel bearing set and labour charges 550. A total of Rs. 1850. If I additionally grease other back wheel bearing it will also cost 400 more. Please suggest me whether i go with toyota motor service center or not. If not then please advice other good shop for genuine japanise bearing.

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    firstly - when you install a bearing with a press get it cartridge and hub pressed separately - thats how the service manual suggests it, and load the bearing with synthetic NLGI3 lithium based EP grease when installing it. Just for insurance (because bearings are shipped with a very very low amount of grease nowadays.

    A proper seasoned oldschool machinist would know what the above is,

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