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05 nissan where r the wheel bearings on a 2005 nissan altima the front ones

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  • savanahsmom0 Jan 17, 2009

    thanks man

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    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    i answered this in another post



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Inside the hubs

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The front wheel bearings are pressed into the nuckle. You will need a kit to press them in and out or visit a shop or machine shop and have them press the bearing in and out.

To do this you will need to remove the knuckle.

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I have a constant grinding noise coming from the left front tire assembly. I replaced brakes and rotors and noise is still there. none of the noise is a result of pressing on the brakes. any ideas?

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Where r the wheel bearings on a 2005 nissan altima

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It may be the bearing. located underneath the wheel rotor on the wheel axle. Lift up the car and remove the wheel, brake pads and rotor. remove the rotor and turn the nut that holds to axle in place by removing a small pin. (if there is one) and turning counter clockwise. you will see the bearing under the rotor. Check for missing bearings , dirty oil debris, etc. If it has any of this , replace with new bearing. The exact way you removed it. Do not overtighten the nut. This will cause the bearing to overheat. just tighten enough for the bearing to fit snug with no movement.Make sure you grease up the new bearing good.

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