Question about 2002 Ford Explorer
I have a 2002 Explorer and one of the rear hub and bearings need to be repleaced. I am going to do both. What should the cost be to have a shop do the repair?
You are looking at $197.88 to $229.09 for the hub assembly (this is for both the bearings and the hubs) and this is just a guess but anywhere from $95.00 to $125.00 for the labor cost
but you can do what I did find a place where the salvage yard is self service and take the hub and bearing assembly off the car in the yard and put on yours cause I only paid $18.00 for the hub and bearings taking them off and putting back on myself you can do it just take your time and have someone to help you and do one wheel at a time
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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