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You have replaced two front wheel bearings on a 1993 Saturn SL1 in the last 6 months Can someone please give you some idea of what may be wrong with the car?

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2005-12-08 04:53:49
2005-12-08 04:53:49

The big nut in the middle of the wheel holds the axel in the hub and pushes the two bearing halfs together. Make sure that nut is tightened to specs and then some. I don't like over torquing things, but I did it to my 1995 SL2 and was surprised that the nut turned another half turn with only a little more torque. Then backed off and tightened to specs. I have read about this elsewhere, but like I said, I don't like it much. Spec calls for 145 foot-pounds.

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