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Audi a4 1.9tdi quattro front wheel bearing noisy

Front wheel bearing noisy how easy and what is the procedure to replace the bearing? are any special tools required/

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Take off the wheel, remove the brake caliper, remove the hub, remove the pin and nut. Now you are ready to remove the wheel rotor. Usually have to pry the bearing out with a screwdriver or tap out with hammer. Purchase an inner race and bearing, and seal. Pack the bearing with packing grease, re-insert the bearing, apply the seal, place the rotor back on the spindle, replace the nut and pin, place the hub back on. Probably a good idea to do the opposite side as these rarely fail separately. ALWAYS block the tires and use a jack stand! I failed to do so once and had my Tahoe fall on me pinching my fingers between the jack and vehicle body for almost an hour.

This job should take about two hours for both of your front tires. Make sure you have a bud fo back-up in case you get the wrong parts. Nothing worse than broke down and not having correct parts.
GOOD LUCK, YOU CAN DO IT!

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It would be best if you let a shop fix there are some special tools needed that the shops should have.

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Hey codycarroll, if it makes you feel better; I did the same thing, my audi fell off the jack and the brake rotor(with the weight of the car on it) landed on my foot and then rested there....not fun for the next 2 minutes of extreme panic and pain!

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