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How do you change front wheel bearings in 99 dodge Dakota?

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2009-11-05 04:52:15
2009-11-05 04:52:15
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We are going to replace mine tomarrow so heres the thing. It is a whole hub assembly. You remove the pin and unbolt the hub assemby and replace. It is not cheap and not easy. If you email me with your email I will tell you how it went and how easy it is... adodgegirl@aol.com Hold on a bit before trying what was said above... what is needed is to raise your truck ans support it with jack stands ( no concrete blocks) then remove the brake caliper and pads , be sure to support the caliper with mechanic's wire or what you have on handthat will do the job.Then remove the brake rotor "hat" then remove the cotter key then the hub retainer nut and remove the hub. The new hubs are greased so just replace the hub torque to specs install new cotter key the rotor hat and pads and caliper, not a bad job at all. I don't have torque specs on hand but specs can be found from Google search, Hope this helps and remember if you aren't sure don't hesitate to ask for advice.

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