You will need to remove the tire and wheel from your 1997 Suzuki. Remove the axle end. Remove the wheel bearing nut. Remove the wheel bearing and the wheel seal. Reverse the process to install the new wheel bearing.
Remove the tire and wheel. Remove the axle end. Remove the axle seal. Remove the wheel bearing. Reverse the process to install the new wheel bearing.
You will need to remove the rear tire and wheel. Remove the axle end cap. Remove the wheel bearing nut. Remove the wheel bearing and the wheel seal. Reverse the process to install the new wheel bearing.
Make sure it isn't the tire first. You will have to remove the strut, and have the bearing pressed out.
Remove the tire and wheel from your 1997 Chevy Astro. Remove the axle end. Remove the wheel bearing nut. Remove the wheel bearing and the wheel seal. Reverse the process to install the new front wheel bearing.
Remove the tire and wheel from your 1997 Chevy Lumina. Remove the end of the axle. Remove the wheel bearing nut. Remove the wheel bearing seal and the wheel bearing. Reverse the process to install the new wheel bearing.
Bearing & seals will run you about $150-$200 for parts and about 2 hours labour
The wheel bearing should have a inner and outer seal to keep debris out. Do you have these installed everytime you replace the bearing? They are highly overlooked but are the difference in having to replace bearings periodicly.
The 1997 Ford F2 50 pickup truck wheel bearing torque specification is 60 pounds. Over torquing the wheel bearing will cause it to fail.
Easy as pie, pull off the drum, take the 4 torx bolts out of the back of the bearing and pull it out without removing brake parts
I would have to guess it is a front wheel bearing. Does it pull to one side? Are your tries good - a bad tire could make a similar noize. It's a wheel bearing. Just replace one on my 2000 Stratus.
The airbag light, on your 1997 Jetta, can be reset by removing the fuse. Keep the fuse out for 10 seconds. Replace the fuse back to its original position.
the front wheels have no bearings
On my 2001 Jetta, it is located behind the wheel well of the rear passenger-side wheel. Take off the tire, then the wheel well, and it will be located on the left side (towards the rear) of the well.
a 1997 Jetta gt has struts.
In the passenger front fender. Remove wheel and fender liner to get it out.
* remove the wheel, and the brake caliper. * unbolt the spindle nut (30mm) and the lower ball joint * push the spindle out of the bearing/hub. * undo three bolts from the back side of the knuckle that are holding the wheel bearing package on. * knock off the old wheel bearing with a hammer. * lube the new one and press it in, then put things back together in reverse.
I have 1997 Nissan Maxima. You ned to replace the entire hub assembly. My problem is that they discontinued the 1997 hub assembly and the suggested replacement part's ABS ring is 4MM taller therefore the ABS sensor cannot clear the ABS ring. Any ideas on this one?
It is usually a wheel bearing that does this, one or more of your wheel bearings is worn out. When you apply the brakes they set the wheel hub off balance and therefore the wheel drags because of the bearing being so worn. To check this take the wheel rim off and try and rock the wheel hub, if it feels loose or it makes sound, your bearing is worn and you would have to replace it, this is quite a difficult job if you don't have the right tools though. A worn wheel bearing can also put strain on your power steering system if it is a front wheel bearing that is worn.
Check immediately sounds like your tire is rubbing on something and may in fact be coming offSounds like you have a bad wheel bearing.
Front or rear?
possible brake or wheel bearing problem
the front bearings on the 1989-thru-1997 ford thunderbird/mercury cougar cannot be changed, the whole front hub comes as one piece and have to be replaced as a single unit.