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.
front or rear wheel drive?
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Front or rear?
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yes, the rear is more expensive than the fronts.
No, the entire assembly needs to be replaced.
The front wheel hub assembly will probably need to be pressed out if this is the first time the bearing has been replaced. Aftermarket bearings are not as close in tolerance as the original equipment and seem much easier to replace.
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The 2010 Dodge Grand-Caravan has front wheel drive.
The 2001 Dodge Grand-Caravan has front wheel drive.
The 2014 Dodge Grand-Caravan has front wheel drive.