Front is easy, just replace hub rear is pressed in
The rear wheel bearings in a 2003 Buick Rendezvous are integrated with the hub, therefore they are only available/replaceable as an entire hub assembly. The rear hub assembly costs around $200/each, depending on the specifics of the vehicle (2WD or 4WD).
The bearings are not replaceable, they are a part of the rear hub assembly - the studs and the bearings are pressed in - replace the whole hub assembly - 4 bolts are holding it. Rear bearing/hub bolts (new only) are to to be torqued to spec. [2000 Montana - 85 Nm (63 lb ft)]
how do i replace the hub assembly on a 1997 cavalier 2.3 Ls
You can replace both... Bearing or Hub... Bearings are cheaper, but harder to find and replace. Hub assemblies are easier to replace, but slightly more expensive.
You replace it as part of the rear disc assembly. Remove rear wheel and hub nut cover undo hub nut,then remove the rear caliper and pull the disc off the stub axle.
If you're trying to replace the rear wheel bearing and all you can find is the rear hub assembly, it probably means that you can't get just the bearing. Many vehicle manufacturers press the bearing into the assembly at the factory and there is no way to replace just the bearing. If they're offering the assembly, that's probably what you'll need to buy.
taking out rear hub asembly on a 2002 Chevy ventura
I assume that it will be like a 1998 Sienna van. There is a sealed bearing in the hub assembly and you change the whole assembly. There are four bolts that hold the hub assembly to the suspension.
you must repalce the whole hub since it comes as a assembly.
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?
Remove tire, remove brake drum, remove brake assembly housing, remove 4 bolts from back of hub assembly, gently tap to remove hub/bearing assembly.
Remove the tire and wheel. Remove the brake assembly and rotor. Remove the axle end cap. The rear hub assembly will come off.
The wheel bearings are not really replaceable by themselves. This is because they are integrated into the hub assembly. So the answer is that you will have to replace the entire hub assembly to replace the bearings.
The front bearing for a Dodge Stratus is attached to the Hub. To replace it remove all the components on the hub assembly. There are three bolts that hold the assembly in place. Loosen the bolts and pry out the hub. Replace the unit.
Remove the rear wheel. Remove the brake drum - may require a rap with a hammer. Remove grease cap from hub by tapping with hammer and flat screwdriver. Remove the hub nut (1 3/16" or 1 1/4") Hub assembly should slide off the axle. Hub cost $101 plus tax in Canada, US price was $57 on line. Reassemble with new hub assembly. Hub nut torque = 160 ft lbs
the same way you would replace any hub assembly, take the wheel off, take off any bolts that connect the hub to the driveshaft and then replace it
just undo the four bolts holding it in, they are accessed at the axle end of the hub. it comes as an assembly.
most places sell the complete hub assembly. You have to remove the brake assembly there are four bolts holding the hub assembly in place remove and reinstall
It's easy, you have to replace the entire hub!When the bearings go bad, you have to replace the whole hub! Simple! It's easy, you have to replace the entire hub!When the bearings go bad, you have to replace the whole hub! Simple!
With a Wheel Bearing Hub Assembly, you might get both the wheel bearing and the hub assembly. Sometimes, especially with FWD vehicles, the front hubs will not have the bearing with them but the rear hub assembly will. Most part manufacturers will follow what ever the auto company recommends.
To replace the rear wheel bearing it is best to buy the hub with the new bearing pressed in already. The entire assembly runs about $100.00 at any part store. Remove whichever rear wheel you are replacing. The brake line or ABS sensor might be fastened to the rear of the hub so loose that up. Next there are only four bolts the that hold the hub assembly to the control arm. Take those four bolts off and you might need to tab out the hub assembly with a hammer due to rust but spray WD-40 or somethig similar to helpmove easier. Hit it from the rear. Don't worry about bang on the ABS sensor exciter ring because the new hub has one on already. Hopefully this will be helpful to you.
typically a hub bearing kit, or hub bearing assembly, comes with everything you need to replace the hub bearing.
Probably will have to replace entire hub assembly Remove wheel Remove brake drum or caliper and rotor if disc brakes Remove brake line Remove 4 bolts that hold hub assembly in place Carefully remove ABS sensor wire harnessif so equipped Hub assembly may have to be separated from backing plate by supporting backing plate and beating the hub out with a hammer Use New hardened bolts for re-assembly Torque to 65 ft. lbs.
Front or rear?