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Need to repack front wheel bearings 2006 HHR chev

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SOURCE: What needs to be done to remove & repack wheel

Almost all newer cars the front wheel bearings are a sealed unit. There isn't a way to remove and repack like the old style bearings. More than likely if it gets too bad, you will need to replace the hub assembly.

Posted on Mar 20, 2009

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SOURCE: can my front bearings be repacked or are they sealed and need to be replaced?

no they can not be they must be replaced they are sealed bearings

Posted on Apr 22, 2009

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My daughters 2006 HHR LT was making a grinding / Bearing noise .I took it to a local mechanic to let him test drive it. He didnt even drive it 100 feet and imediately said "You have a wheel bearing out" He changed out the assembly for around $200 and it is good as new. Hope that helps

Posted on Feb 28, 2011

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on most vehicles you can buy the bearing already pressed into hub. but call any auto parts store to find out if yours is. have a good day!!

Posted on May 17, 2011

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If you are repacking front wheel bearings on a car with disc brakes,you will want to buy wheel bearing grease suitable for the higher heat generated by the disc brakes.Any name brand wheel bearing grease will work as long as it is rated to be used on vehicles with disc brakes.
TIP: Do not wash the wheel bearings in solvent to clean them if they are in good shape and have no metallic particles in the existing grease.Just repack using the new grease to push the old grease out of the bearings.After wiping the hub clean add some clean grease evenly into the hub,install the repacked bearings and new seals and JUST SNUG the nut which adjusts the bearing and install a NEW cotter pin.

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on most vehicles you can buy the bearing already pressed into hub. but call any auto parts store to find out if yours is. have a good day!!

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My daughters 2006 HHR LT was making a grinding / Bearing noise .I took it to a local mechanic to let him test drive it. He didnt even drive it 100 feet and imediately said "You have a wheel bearing out" He changed out the assembly for around $200 and it is good as new. Hope that helps

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I have a 2006 chevy HHR with 17400 miles on it. It has a clicking noise in the front end when going over bumps.When lifting front of car, the axle feels loose on the transaxle side of shaft on both sides....


On my cobalt (same platform) there is a known bad engine mount that clunks (like you have bad shocks) when you go over bumps.
If you look under the car from the front, you can see its a circle, (supposed to be ) filled with a rubber/composite bushing. They crack and this causes the banging.
It is supposed to look like this...
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However, the rubber breaks off and your engine is flopping around.
This part needs a press to press out the old piece, so a mechanic would be the best repairman for the job.


The scraping noise is a different problem. I would suggest CV joints, but being a 2006, they shouldnt be bad unless you tow, or accelerate heavily.
I would lean toward a bad wheel bearing with the symptoms you are describing - also a job that requires a press.
You're in for quite a bill!
Figure $250 each wheel bearing and another 100 or so to fix the mount.
Dealership would be 2x that.
Good Luck!!

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