Are wheel bearings covered under my Nissan warranty?

Will my Nissan warranty pay for new wheel bearings? I can’t afford to fix my car myself because I literally just bought it, so I’m hoping the warranty will cover some repairs.

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Answer provided by
Liz Jenson
Answered on Jul 18, 2022
Unfortunately, wheel bearings aren’t typically covered under a Nissan warranty. Issues with the wheel bearings are usually due to wear and tear, which is beyond the scope of most warranties.
If you’re having problems with the wheel bearings due to a manufacturing issue, then you’ll likely be able to get your repairs covered under warranty. This will only happen if the problem is caused by the manufacturernot by normal use of the car. Any basic maintenance costs will fall on you rather than on your dealer.
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