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Wheel bearing growl in rear of Chrysler Pacifica

How to change rear wheel bearing

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SOURCE: how to replace a rear wheel bearing on voyager

this is a one piece part hub and bearing assy. even if auto parts sales you bearing separated highly recommend to replace whole unit

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REMOVE THE REAR DRUM OR ROTOR,REMOVE DUST CAP FROM BEARING..REMOVE RETAINING NUT..HUB/BEARING WILL SLIDE OFF SPINDLE..REVERSE PROCEDURE TO INSTALL..I HOPE THIS HELPS

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if you already removed the bolts that attach it to the spindle then you need a bigger hammer

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Not long at all, there located in each wheel. Worst case is about an hour per sensor...

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