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2013 crosstrek, 50k miles.

Like the title says, how can you tighten a loose wheel bearing? I was recently in an accident which impacted my passenger side rear wheel. I was told by the shop that they replaced the wheel bearing along with the rest of the repairs. I just took it to a subaru dealer (they did not do the repairs) to have a general diagnostic done to see if there were any issues that were missed. They said all they could find was a loose wheel bearing on my passenger side rear. Now I could probably take it back to the shop to have them look at is, but is this an easy check/fix?
 

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2013 crosstrek, 50k miles.

Like the title says, how can you tighten a loose wheel bearing? I was recently in an accident which impacted my passenger side rear wheel. I was told by the shop that they replaced the wheel bearing along with the rest of the repairs. I just took it to a subaru dealer (they did not do the repairs) to have a general diagnostic done to see if there were any issues that were missed. They said all they could find was a loose wheel bearing on my passenger side rear. Now I could probably take it back to the shop to have them look at is, but is this an easy check/fix?
Did you ever figure this out pal?
 

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No harm in answering the question anyway. That's the thing about forums, things are preserved. The next guy might well find this answer. Or if not, we can say "search n00b" 😅
 
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