Right rear wheel bearing cost

Discussion in 'Maintenance' started by elmonorojo, Nov 11, 2017.

  1. elmonorojo

    elmonorojo New Member

    Hi all,

    I have a 2010 Toyota Tacoma, 6cyl, double cab. Its been making this "road noise" for awhile now, only notice it on the highway. I took it to the mechanic, and they said the right rear bearing is about to go and needs replacing. They quoted $800 - is this too much? If so, what should I be paying (im in Houston, Tx). Should I shop around some more?

    I looked into doing it myself, and I just don't really have the time to futz with it.
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  3. 4wd

    4wd Well-Known Member

    That's just ridiculous , you've got maybe , maybe $100 for a bearing & $700 for labor ? Hell I'd do that all day long for that much $$$ Should be about $300 with parts...
  4. 4wd

    4wd Well-Known Member

    Even if replacing the ABS tone ring & retainers would add $120 (including labor for pressing the retainers & ring) So $ 450 absolute tops...

    So yeah, they're trying to screw you HARD
    Bogunn likes this.
  5. kp.taco

    kp.taco Well-Known Member

    Damn.. This sounds like stealership prices. @4wd is right that is too much. I would shop around
    Bogunn and 4wd like this.
  6. TacoBOB77

    TacoBOB77 Well-Known Member

    I did this it costed 100 to press in the new bearing the seal is about 20 bucks you can do the labor yourself it's only brakes removal and 4 main bolts that hold the wheel hub to axel
    B-Man likes this.

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