If you hear a grinding noise while driving your Toyota, there are a few things that can cause it. If the vehicle has more than 100,000 miles on it, you may want to inspect the condition of the Toyota wheel bearing. To do this, jack the vehicle up and secure it on a jack stand for safety. Grab the tire at opposite sides, and try to rock it back and forth. If the tire moves, it indicates that the Toyota wheel bearing is worn and will need to be replaced. You will find the proper replacement for your Toyota wheel bearing in our online catalog, at a much lower price than what the dealership would charge. Installing the Toyota wheel bearing will take several hours. With the vehicle on a jack stand, remove the tire, the brake caliper, and the brake disc. On the rear of the brake disc, you will find the Toyota wheel bearing. Press it and the seal out of the disc with the appropriate tool. Before installing the new Toyota wheel bearing assembly, pack it full of grease to protect the bearings. Press it into the brake disc, and install a new seal, which is also available from our catalog. Install the brake disc and Toyota wheel bearing, and then the remainder of the parts. Our Toyota wheel bearing meets all of the specifications of the original unit, and a warranty from the manufacturer guarantees that it will last just as long. When you are ready to order the new Toyota wheel bearing, it can be done on our secure web site or with a toll-free phone call to one of our friendly associates.