yes you can "IF" its two wheel drive first remove brake caliper remove dust cap cotter pin-lock-remove nut outside bearing will come out if you want to remove inside bearing "witch you should" remove rotor wich is already loose pry of rear seal and install inside bearing make sure to pack them with grease but not to much cause it will make a vacume lock and they wont go in install in reverse tighten large nutas hard as you can with a cressent wrench and back it off a 1\4 turn put lock on then cotter pin thon dust cap if dust cap pops out you have to much grease!! its messy but not that hard
how do I get to the front bearing on a geo 4 wheel drive
From my understanding there is no way to change the center support bearing I was told you have to change the axle to change it and then they said, theres no way to change it so I have to break down and buy a whole new driveshaft
you don't, you have to replace the whole drive shaft.
no the hub and bearing are 1 peice and pretty easy to changs
2002 Monte carlos are not rear wheel drive
The shaft inside the trans will have to be changed it is longer in a 2 wheel drive and the taIL SHAFT.
yes you can. just take off the front driveshaft from the transfercase. there you go, 2 wheel drive.
That's never going to happen as the 98 Monte is front drive.
Sounds like to me you need a wheel bearing
2 or 4 wheel drive makes a big difference. Need more info.
you would need to change the differential gears to change the gear drive.
y the chevys suck it cant help it