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"Greener", more fuel-efficient cruisers such as the efficient Toyota Matrix were manufactured to be kept in the best possible condition so that they can continue showing high levels of gas mileage. High gas mileage comes with some expense, because the Toyota Matrix needs high-quality replacement parts to keep running with maximum efficiency. When a problem comes up or a part must be fixed, that's not the time to save with a low-grade part. Your Toyota Matrix needs the right car parts to function at its best efficiency. Driving a vehicle from Toyota ensures dependability and makes your everyday journey safe, relaxing and enjoyable. For drivers who give significance on performance and innovation, Toyota can be counted on. If you have a Toyota, you enjoy classic lines and also the craftsmanship that this respected manufacturer is famous for. That Toyota in the garage was manufactured using the best quality and craftsmanship; it ought to have new replacement or OEM parts with a similar high level of quality. Your Toyota Matrix Wheel Hub is installed in the middle of the car's wheels. Develop your Toyota's critical components by buying the ultimate in high-quality engine parts. Nobody else can give you a better deal on reliable aftermarket parts than we can every day. No other site will give you a better deal on dependable Toyota parts and accessories than we do all week long. Your Toyota is a first-rate vehicle ... help get it humming with our online collection of reliable vehicle parts from www.partsgeek.com.
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Regardless of how you drive, part of the smoothness of the ride is thanks to the wheel bearings. These tiny balls located inside the wheel hub are why your wheels spin smoothly whenever you drive. Worn out wheel bearings inside a hub can create a dangerous situation, so if you notice your Toyota Matrix wheel bearing noise is too loud, it may be time to replace the wheel hubs.
What is the Hub Assembly?
The wheel hub assembly is a central point for a variety of tasks. The bearings are housed inside the hub in a sealed container that holds the grease to keep the bearings lubricated and moving smoothly. Your wheels need something to mount on, and the mounting flange is part of the hub. If you have antilock brakes, as all Toyota Matrix models do, the speed sensors for that system are in the hub assembly. With so many parts inside the assembly, you may be surprised to find that the most common reason to replace the hub is failed wheel bearings.
When to Replace a Wheel Hub Assembly
As you drive your vehicle, there will be several signs that you need for your Toyota Matrix a wheel bearing replacement. Since the wheel hubs help the wheels to spin smoothly and stay on the vehicle, failed hubs may make the steering feel loose or have uneven braking, though the brakes do not have problems. If the bearings inside the hub assembly have lost their lubrication, you could feel vibrations in the steering wheel or extra play when turning your Matrix. You may notice uneven tire wear, but this can have several causes aside from the wheel hub assembly failing. Loud noises that may sound like a roar or grind also hint that you may have failing bearings because the metal of the bearings is rubbing up against the metal of the container they're in as well as against other bearings. If the bearings fail, you will need to replace the entire hub assembly, and it's best to check the hubs on the other wheels and replace those if needed.
How Much Does It Cost to Replace a Wheel Bearing?
The Toyota wheel bearing replacement cost for both front bearings on a 2013 Matrix ranges from $599 to $793. This price includes the cost for both the wheel hub assemblies for two wheels and the average labor costs to install them. You may pay more if you take your Toyota to your dealer's service center, as those locations typically offer higher labor charges because they have service techs who have been specially trained in fixing Toyotas. If you would prefer to not pay this high price but still want to make your Toyota Matrix safe to drive, you can take matters into your own hands to save money.
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If you're ready to pay less for your Matrix's wheel hubs, you can install them yourself, but for the best savings, search for your wheel hub assemblies online at PartsGeek.com. By shopping there, you can find an array of parts designed for your Matrix at much lower than list prices. You're not alone when you need auto parts. PartsGeek.com always has your back when you need to replace something on your Toyota Matrix and want to save money.
Wheel Hubs available for the following Toyota Matrix years: 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 09, 08, 07, 06, 05, 04, 03. This part is also sometimes called Toyota Matrix Wheel Bearing Hubs. We stock wheel hub parts for most Toyota models including Camry, Prius, Tacoma, Corolla, RAV4, Sienna, Highlander, Tundra, 4Runner, Celica, Avalon, Yaris, Sequoia, Solara, Echo, Pickup, FJ Cruiser, Venza, Land Cruiser, Tercel, Prius V, Paseo, Supra, MR2 Spyder, T100, Prius C, Corolla iM, MR2, 86, Prius Plug-In and Prius Prime.