Rear or front? rear
taking out rear hub asembly on a 2002 Chevy ventura
how do you replace a wheel bearing assembly on the left side of a 2007 chevy tahoe with 4wd and abs brakes
You have to buy the wheel bearing assembly.
Can figure out how to remove rear rotor assembly to replace wheel bearing assembly on a Maxima 2004 Nissan
Front or rear?
To replace the front bearing,jack up front and remove the wheel.Remove the brake caliber assembly and pads.The brake caliber guide ,held in place by 2 bolts that is bolted to the hub assembly has to be removed in order to remove the rotor.Remove the 3 bolts which hold the wheel bearing to the hub assembly,from the backside.Remove the 35mm axle nut using an inpact drill or strong arm.Tap the axle out of the assembly and the bearing assembly should come out from the front.
the bearing assy comes as a complete package with the hub and ABS sensor, etc. --- 3 bolts connecting it to the knuckle (front) or arm (rear)
The wheel bearings in the vans are "integrated" as part of the hub assembly. This is because of the wheel speed sensor, which are part of the Anti-lock Breaking System (ABS). In order to replace the bearings, you have to replace the entire hub assembly. These are not cheap, as a result of the included sensors. Sorry about that. Good Luck, Greg A.
you need to press out the bearing inside the hub assembly.
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.
You replace the wheel bearing hub assembly - it has studs, bearings and wheel speed sensor around $100 part