I don't have a lot of experience, but I try to do what I can myself. I am trying to diagnose a vibration in the frontend of a 2011 Honda Pilot 2wd. This vibration is coming from the driver front wheel and gets worse when I turn passenger.
Recently, I replaced the compliance bushing right before a long road trip. In doing so, I separated the boot from the hub inboard. I repacked the bearings and was ready to go. About 500 miles from home, I noticed the grease had all dumped out. I decided to drive home anyway and fix it when I got there. Once home, I pulled the cv axle out, repacked it, put it back in. The vibration developed either on the way home or after I repacked the axle after the trip.
The vibration continued, and for some reason I thought it was the cv axle, so I replaced it, but it made no difference. Now I believe it is a bad wheel bearing. I recorded a video of the sound.