For example, you might pay between $125 to $750 at your local mechanic for both labor and parts needed to replace the wheel bearing, with a 12-month warranty, whereas a Midas will most likely charge you between $125 and $650 for the same exact service on similar terms.
Can you replace just the wheel bearing?
On some cars, you can just replace the bearing and call it a day. On others, the hub assembly must be removed and replaced. The most difficult type involves removing the hub assembly and setting it in a press. If you're not sure what type of wheel hub assembly you have, stop by or give your local Pep Boys store a call.