The only reason I did not suspect the bearings at first was because my idle has gotten quite noisy (whiney), tranny is whiney as well. I tend to fear the worst and I figured my tranny may be acting up. TC locks up fine though, and acceleration seems fine too.
I know though that a hub bearing can go quickly and suddenly, which could explain why I hadn't heard the noises before yesterday.
On the drive home tonight, the noise(*) was constant, not at ALL like my hub bearing failure on the Chrysler (that was LOUD!). It'* coming from the passenger side, but at times it seems like it'* coming from both
I'll keep an ear out for it, and check the wheels for play this weekend. I may just eventually change both out (if $ permits) and hope for the best.
EDIT: No changes when I turn the wheels. I wish there was because that'* how I diagnosed my last bearing failure.
Bill, my stereo was off so I could hear it
I also have crappy tires. They surely cause some noise too.