yes they do. I have a 1991 Honda civic and I needed to press them in and I believe they have the same front end.
This buzzing indicates that the wheel bearings need to be replaced on your front left wheel. This can be fixed by changing the bearings themselves or replacing the entire wheel hub.
there are a total of 4 wheel bearings on the front both sides have an inner and outer bearing. the outer bearing is visable when you remove hub the inner bearing is visable when you remove rotor
This is a very hard job without the proper equipment. Not recommended for the novice. It will also depend which bearings you are asking about, front or back. Both equally hard to do.
Yes, You need access to a shop press to change the wheel bearing.
It is a front wheel drive.
Yes, on Buick Century 1991 you need to replace the whole hub, it is much easier than replacing individual bearings.
Remove the tire and wheel. Remove the axle end cap. Remove the wheel bearing nut. Remove the wheel bearing seal. Remove the wheel bearing. Reverse the process to install the new wheel bearing.
Remove the center bolt for the C/V joint... remove rotor and brake caliper, there is 4 bolts that holds it on, remove the bolts and it will come off and install in reverse order. ============================================================== This isn't true for say, a 1989 Acclaim which has the front wheel bearings pressed it, as well as held in by 3 bolts into the spindle. This I know as Ive replaced both my front hub (wheel bearing) assemblies on my 89 Acclaim LX. ~Technologic80
You don't. In the 1991 Pontiac Grand Am, the wheel/hub assembly is pre-built at the factory and as such, can not be disassembled for maintenance. If you are having trouble with lubrication or worn bearings, you must replace the entire assembly.
If you are talking about the hub bearings , you can't grease them , they are a sealed unit .
Contact Chicago Rawhide USA or SKF Bearings.
There are no pickups that i kno of that have front wheel drive....unless it has 4 wheel drive
This is not an easy job. Best to have it done at your local shop. Labor is about 1 hour per side, bearing cost is around $ 60.00.
ANSWERING MY OWN QUESTION....YES ITS THE WHEEL BEARINGS.... You have ruled out all the causes for yourself. Why would you be asking the question? Yes, it seems that it would be the Wheel Bearings
yes it is
rear wheel drive
sounds like your ball bearings are going bad
you have to press it out and press the new one in just make sure you tighting it real good
ANY 91 FRONT WHEEL DRIVE CADALLIC WILL WORK BUT IT MUST BE FROM A 1991!!! THEY CHANGE THE ELECTRONICS IN THE TRANSMISSIONS IN THAT YEAR NO OTHER TEARS WILL MATCH THE ELECTRONICS PLUGS
changing front brake pads on 1991 Toyota truck
Merc 300E is rear wheel drive.