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How much does it cost to replace wheel bearings on 2004 Pontiac Grand Am?

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Easier to get a quote from a few mechanics , front are usually deareer as more work involved then rear bearings

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Estimate $250 including parts and labor for replacement of the hub and bearing assembly (most shops will not just replace the bearing because it takes longer).

Posted on Aug 03, 2010

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2004 pontiac grand prix abs comes on when brakes.


Hi Cathy, Have a diagnostic scan carried out on your vehicle. The problem could be with the ABS pump or possibly one of the ABS speed sensors attached on each wheel. Regards John

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sounds like a right front wheel bearing. when you turn to the left it puts more load on the right bearing. when you turn to the right it puts more load on the left bearing. These are a bolt in style bearing and they are fairly easy to replace.

If you think you would like to give it a try let me know and I'll get you some instructions.

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WHAT IS THE AVERAGE PRICE TO REPAR TWO WHEEL BEARINGS ON A 2004 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX?


This is going to depend on your geographic area. The economy is bad so shop around, the shops are looking for work and you can get a deal if you haggle a little. The bearings run $20-$40.00 each in northwest Indiana.

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You can test the wheel speed sensors by unhooking the connectors and put ohmeter test leads on the sensor terminals should read around 1100-1600 ohms also the connectors themselves were bad for wires breaking inside the insulation at the connectors from flexing when the wheel is turned back and forth..Note excessive wheel bearing noise from bad bearings have also been known for interferring with clean abs signal also causing abs codes good luck

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Have you noticed if the noise changes while doing a swerve to the left or right ? If so , it is likely a wheel bearing & will require replacement of the entire hub .

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if its not the bearings its the cv shaft.. i know it sounds crazy but i had 03 grand prix do the same thing to me.. good luck keith..

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