Hey all, I'm in need of some of your knowledge. 2015 PP SHO, 53,000 miles. I developed a noise that I recognized as a bad wheel bearing (rumble/vibration that got louder with increased speed). While driving at 60'ish MPH and I turned the wheel ever so slightly to the left it would go away and when I turned to the right it would get ever so slightly worse. BOOM! It's a wheel bearing and I know how to fix this! I spent $200 and ordered a wheel bearing from Rock Auto. I replaced the passenger wheel bearing and took the car for a drive and same exact symptoms. No change. I was like "Crap, it must be the passenger side." I then took the wheel bearing that I removed from the driver side and replaced the passenger side and took the car for a drive and the same exact symptoms! I did some research on the net and it sounds like I have a bad INNER CV Half Shaft. I believe inner because I don't have the symptoms of an outer. According to the net the symptoms of a bad outer is a clicking noise when the wheel is turned all the way and you drive slowly in a circle. I don't have that. What I do have is: - Rumble/vibration starting at 30'ish and up MPH. Very noticeable at 75-80 MPH - Goes away when wheel is turned ever so slightly to the left and gets a little worse when turned right - Vibration seems to get worse under acceleration and becomes less when letting off the throttle Thoughts?