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1997 Honda Accord Sedan needs right ball bearings replaced. Is this a serious issue?

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    Ned C Cook May 11, 2010

    Ball brgs or ball joints?

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I am assuming that it is the right front??? If so, this must be done in a shop as the old bearings must be pressed out and the new ones pressed in by a hydraulic press only.

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