Wife's sequoia has humming/whirring noise at 35+mph. Has not changed much in two years. Shop says it is a rear wheel bearing but advises for us to wait for the noise to increase to the point they can determine which one is bad???? It drives me crazy every time I ride in it. I understand sequoias have had some wheel bearing issues. Questions : What is the degree of difficulty in replacement? Chilton's manual is a bit thin on info and the exploded view diagram leaves much to be desired, does anyone have a Toyota shop manual breakdown? Is there a way to correctly determine the correct wheel? Are there any other parts beyond the sealed hub ($215 OEM) that should be replaced in process.
As a baseline for my mechanical competence I just did my Tundra timing belt etc.
To all who offer help on these posts I would like to extend a really sincere thanks for your efforts. It is a real boost to the confidence of us weekend warrior mechanics