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I can't get the wheel hub off of the axel
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had this same problem myself. The hub is a sealed unit and must be purchased as a whole assembly to the tune of around $400 from Toyota. Long story short I never replaced my hub. The problem turned out to be tires that were worn out. I figured that out when i rotated the tires and the sound moved to the front of the car... Go figure. Replaced the tires and all the noise went away.
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
SOURCE: Hyundai excel x3 front wheel
soak good with wd40 first then use a short piece of wood and a hammer to belt them off careful not to hit the axle with the hammer hope this helps glenn..........
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
I just had my wifes replaced.[4x4 blazer S-10] Chev want 300.00 for each, I went on line and got the parts cheap and a friend from chev put them on in his garage. I think the whole thing cost me 200.00
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
SOURCE: 2006 Saturn Vue Wheel Bearing
it should come out once you have disconnected:Brakes,strut,ball joint.tire rod end,cv joint!if it is not put the cv joint nut back on until safe enough to give it a tap with hammer to knock back & out shaft this should come as one piece HUB the bearing is pressed in! better to change whole HUB good luck this hopefully helped you out!
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
lift the car support on jack stands remove the wheels remove the brake systems remove the wheel hub locking nut and then remove the strut (this must be compressed or it will hurt you)
remove the axles then when that is complete you need to have the wheel bearings knocked out of the brake hub or removed from the strut assembly and then a new pair reseated, or bolted on then you can assemble in reverse, if you are not mechanically inclined I would recommend a mechanic to do this.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
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