How do you change the front wheel bearings on a 1999 Plymouth Breeze?
The Hub nut itself just needs a large deep socket. I used an impact gun to remove it and unfortunately I do not remember the exact size of the socket. So for that specific step (removing the hub nut) no special tool is required. Its just a funky looking nut.
pull the tire, caliper and rotor, remove the cotter pin, remove the axel nut (36mm socket), then there are three 14mm inverted torx bolts to remove the hub assembly. its probably gonna be a pain to get out. clean everything real well and the new hub should slide right in
are you talking about the front or back? the back bearings are a non serviceable part, the in order to change the bearings u need to change the hub, the front bearings can be separated, but chances are if you have to change your hub, bearings will have to be changed also, you will damage the bearings trying to remove them and put them back in, so my answer is yes. get the parts yourself…
Can you just change the front wheel bearings on 2000 Buick Regal or do you have to replace the entire hub assembly?
You have to pull drive shaft and take off trans- the front pump seal is on the front of the trans behind the converter. It looks just like the one at the end of your tail shaft. Except for the labor, replacing seal itself is easy once you get to it. If you are mechanically inclined and have the tools, you can do it yourself.
To change front wheel bearings on a 1976 four-wheel drive GMC Sierra, you have to use the proper tools. Either by a mechanic or yourself; but you are required to know the basics. Being that these bearings are sealed and cannot be repacked with grease. It is important to replace the worn bearings, with the new ones. Before they damage the hubs.