When your vehicle is in the elevator, a technician will take the steering wheel on each side and try to balance it back and forth. If the wheel assembly wobbles forward and backward, bearing wear is likely to be the cause. Technicians can check if the wheels wobble by placing the vehicle in an elevator and manually checking the movement of the wheels. It would usually be impossible to shake the wheel and tire.
However, if it moves, the cube assembly needs immediate attention. If you don't repair the vehicle, the tire and wheel can literally come off the vehicle at any time and at any speed. Because wheels and tires are constantly exposed to the elements and dirt, their durability is even more important. However, to check if a bearing has broken down, you can place the car on a lift or on cat supports and then hold the tire with your hands in the 3 and 9 o'clock or 6 and 12 o'clock positions and then try to move the steering wheel back and forth.
As with most components in a car, the wheel bearing can eventually sag as a result of wear and tear and may even need to be replaced. The anti-lock warning light may come on if the ring, tire and wheel wobble, if the wheel speed sensor stops working properly, and if the ABS may work sporadically or not at all. The single-piece hub assembly, between the drive axle and the brake disc or drums, incorporates the hub, the wheel bearings, the ABS (anti-lock brake system) wheel speed sensor and the mounting flange. This is the reality, and this can happen if you don't notice the signs that the wheel bearings are deteriorating and need to be repaired immediately.
There is no maintenance program to replace wheel bearings, nor is there a constant source of lubrication.