Raise and support the vehicle. Remove the tire and wheel assembly. Remove the drive axle nut. Remove the brake rotor. Remove the mounting bolts (1) from the hub and bearing assembly (3). Remove the hub and bearing assembly (1) from the steering knuckle (2) and drive axle shaft.
Install is the opposite of removal.
Torque the axle nut to 70 lb ft.
The Axle nut is torqued to 200 Ft. Lbs. It's the wheel bearing mounting bolts that are torqued to 70 ft. lbs. This is right out of GM factory info. I am replacing one myself and do not have the correct size Torx but it looks like a Torx 55. I have one but it's 1/2" Drive and won't fit thru the wheel hub hole so as to reach the bolt-crapola!
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.
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.
Check related answers. There are several responses and are quite accurate.
Remove the 1999 Chevrolet Cavalier inside door panel. The mayor assembly will be visible. Remove the retaining bolts and wiring harness. Reverse the process to install the new mirror.
how hard is it to replace a rear wheel bearing 1999 Honda crv. this crv does not have rear axle's in it. thank you
With another Headlight Assembly that is made for a 1999 Dodge Durango.
From inside the trunk pull back the carpet and get access to the tailight assembly. Remove the fasteners on the tailights then unscrew the bulbs and replace.
How do you pull the wheel bearing assembly out from hub far enough to squeeze new lug nuts into place? The car is a 1999 Monte Carlo Z34.
it all depends on which wheel bearing you are trying to replace. for your front wheel bearings you have to remove the brakes, and axel. then you have to have a new bearing pressed into the housing. for a rear wheel bearing most of the time you can only purchase a pre packaged hub assembly. to replace that remove the brakes then remove the four bolts located on the rear of the hub assembly and it should come right off.
Here is a link to some good instructions. http://reviews.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Chevy-Silverado-4x4-Front-Wheel-Hub-Bearing-Replacement_W0QQugidZ10000000002536494
Hub and bearing assembly?
i wanted to know how to change head light bulb of 99 cavalier
You have to replace the entire assembly.
Remove the fuel rail
I found this page with a decent step-by-step process to help guide me in replacing my LH Front Wheel Bearing Assy on my 99 GrandAM GT. It shows how to replace one on a Grand Prix, but they are extremely similar. http://www.paulstravelpictures.com/GM-Wheel-Bearing-Hub-Assembly-Replacement/index.html
The cost to replace the clutch in a 1999 Chevy Cavalier ranges from $100 to $180. This depends on part brand and labor costs.
Replace the switch.
go to your local machanic
No, A 2.2L OHV will NOT replace a 2.4L DOHC engine.
Take it to the dealer. Trust me. It's a pain.
the library should have a shop manual for this vehicle :)
Incorrect packing of bearing grease or incorrect torque. Also make sure to replace the bearing race, as it may be scored. CORRECT ANSWER- you need to replace the knuckle and the wheel bearing
The 1999 Chevrolet Cavalier 2.2L engine has 115HP
where do I find the egr valve on a 1999 Chevy Cavalier?