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One of my front wheel bearings had got noisy at 73K so I had both replaced. Wow! £130 per side for bearing and oil seal and around 3 hours labour.

Has any other GS owner experienced this?

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I have an 'eee-eee-eee-eee' intermitent high pitch sound, might be a wheel bearing. It's not constant so not sure, def.not engine.

No wonder, you can see some lexus track-use at www.lexusvertex.com - hope it's not my driveshafts.

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My brakes used to make that eee-eee-eee sound.

Just like that too!!

B)

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One of my front wheel bearings had got noisy at 73K so I had both replaced. Wow! £130 per side for bearing and oil seal and around 3 hours labour.

Has any other GS owner experienced this?

I had to have one of the rear bearings changed recently, the bearing itself cost £65 and the mechanic only charged me £30 labour (thanks cousin) even though it took a fair few hours and in his words "Was a pig of a job to do".

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My brakes used to make that eee-eee-eee sound.

Just like that too!!

B)

Mine does that too - got a shim on the brake caliper missing and I don't think the build up of brake dust helps much!

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