Begin by removing the tire and wheel. Remove the and of the axle. Remove the wheel bearing nut. Remove the wheel bearing seal and the wheel bearing. Reverse the process to install your new wheel bearing.
With the 98 Durango safely lifted, remove the front wheel. Remove the locking hub. The hub removal is different depending on the hub type. Remove the brake caliper. Remove the axle nut, and slide off the bearing housing. The inner and outer bearings and races should be replaced.
If by stud you mean wheel stud you have to remove the bearing and have a shop take it out or rent a press and press it out yourself because wheel studs are pressed onto the wheel bearing.
Jack up the neon. Remove the wheel. Unbolt the brake caliper and move it out of the way. If the rotor is a slide on type then remove it. Take the axle nut dust cover off, and remove the nut. Slide the hub off, and replace the bearing and race.
It depends on what year, make and model of vehicle. Some vehicles have wheel bearing assemblies which must be replaced as units and some use cone-type wheel bearings. Generally, with either type, you must first remove the wheel, the brake caliper, and the slip-on type of rotor. Then the process diversifies depending on the style of wheel bearing involved and whether the vehicle is front wheel drive, rear wd, all wd, or 4wd. For specific details, you will have to ask a more specific question.
Vehicle type and year is essential for proper answer.
A wheel bearing replacement price rangers from around $250 to $400 depending on what model and type you are searching for. I hope this answer helps you.
you need to be more specific. are you talking about a wheel bearing? there are a lot of bearings in any vehicle simply to change a bearing is to slide the one off and slide the new one on (obviously you require assitance in more depth ie. how to remove something to access the bearing) would need to know what type/or where of bearing is in that case
have it pressed out by a machine shop. also, try youtube and type in wheel bearing, there's all sort of guys with tricks that helped me on the different problems you encounter with wheel bearings, hub assemblies and what not.
What you do is, you remove the tyre by removing the wheel nuts, then you remove the brake caliper by removing the 2 bolts holding it in place, and the brake disc after that. Depending on the type of bearing it uses, you may need a flat head screw driver to take the old bearing off. When you put the new bearing on, make sure it's properly greased before you put it back on. Then you put the disc back on, caliper and tyre. Make sure the disc is on the steering rack properly
No. The bearings are not that type.No. The bearings are not that type.
It depends on the type of car. It could be a wheel bearing, differential (if it's rear wheel drive) cupped tires or possibly a drive shaft carrier bearing or u-joint (again, assuming rear wheel drive)