If you hear a grinding noise coming from a wheel while the vehicle is in motion, and the sound cannot be traced back to any other mechanical problem, you may need to check the condition of the Buick wheel bearing of the noisy wheel. This is a very simple procedure, however, if you fail to take the necessary precautions when checking the condition of your Buick wheel bearing, it can be a dangerous one. You'll need to jack the vehicle up and get underneath it to check the Buick wheel bearing, and you should be sure to use jack stands and block the tires remaining on the ground, or you could use a set of ramps. You should also use protective eye gear when underneath the vehicle, as there is bound to be loose rust flakes and other debris that can cause real harm to your eyes if it falls, which it is quite likely to, as in order to check the condition of your Buick wheel bearing, you'll need to take hold of the tire and try to rock the wheel. If you are able to rock it, then you probably do need to replace your Buick wheel bearing. This repair will probably take the average do-it-yourselfer, non-professional mechanic a good few hours of labor to complete, so you'll need to plan for a good chunk of time that includes enough extra for the usual hassles of hard to break loose bolts and such. You can find the correct Buick wheel bearing replacement for your vehicle in our online catalog at a price that will be affordable to most automotive repair budgets, comparing well to what your local dealerships are likely to be charging. Ordering is always safe and convenient, whether you choose to place your Buick wheel bearing order online or via our toll-free telephone number.