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SOURCE: 2002 Kia Rio rear wheel bearing passenger side

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SOURCE: replacing front wheel bearings on 2000 bonneville

No this ia a sealed bering. Its much easier to just change the bearing and replace the hub all in on shot. It also last alot longer. Good luck and thanks for using FIX YA

Posted on Mar 16, 2009

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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: I want to repack front wheel bearing of my 1995

In a nutshell, you can't. They are sealed when installed and self destruct if you remove them. If they are noisy, replacement is your only option. This is not an easy job and must be taken to a good shop for this service if required.

Posted on Mar 23, 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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How do I grease the wheels and what brand grease do I buy?


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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How to repack front manual hub bearings on 1993 tracker 4X4


every fact on topic , hubs here.

it's not the locking hubs its the wheel bearings in its own hub.
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dangerous condition that... very much so.

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Wheel bearings repacked


I believe these are a complete hub assembly and not serviceable. You do not repack them(grease them), instead they get replaced when failed. The bearings are about 150.00 + and the labor is about 1.2hrs give or take x the hourly labor rate.

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Mazda mpv 2006 repack wheel bearing


There is a little difference between the front and rear. The days of packing wheel bearing is almost over. The front bearing you have to pull the hub and change to bearing. The rear wheel you have to change out the hub bearing and all. The front is a sealed bearing and not serviceable. Please rate my answer so I am rewarded points for it.

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Is there wheelbearings in the rear wheels


go to autozone website and register your vehicle. look under do it yourself intermediate and look at the suspension...rear. probably has a hub assembly that has to be changed. i was just on site looking at one for an 04 grand prix. hope it helps you.

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I get a vibration as im driving possible from the rear wheel


a) Wheel Balance.
b) Wheel Alignment
c) Wheel Bearing.
My best guess is a wheel bearing needing replacement. If there is only noise, then MAYBE repacking of bearings. However with vibrations, the wheel bearing(s) need to be replaced. Make sure you replace both the bearing and races as a set.
Let me know if this helped or if you need additional help.

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How do i get at, and change the rear wheel bearing in my 1999 dodge durango


Wheel bearing should be permant packed. However if you wish to tackle the job. Remove the wheel, remove the cap, remove the carter pin, remove the bearings. Clean, repack new bearings and reasemble. But, before you do check with any auto repair shop or Dodge dealer, bearings may be permantly sealed.

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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

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What needs to be done to remove & repack wheel bearings? Left front is starting to make noise


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.

Mar 20, 2009 | 2006 Ford Five Hundred

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