Chevrolet Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Did you replace the front and or the rear wheel bearings?
No. Did you check the rear bearings?
You should check the rear any way. It is possible that the noise is reverberating through the car and it only sounds like the noise is coming from the front. Jack up the rear one side at a time and see if the wheel will move in and out if you hold the tire at the top and bottom and pull and push in and out on the bottom of the tire. If you feel any play the bearing will be bad. Then spin the tire as fast as you can by hand and see if you hear a roar noise from the bearing.