Question about 2003 Chrysler Sebring
To replace the hub u need alan wrench to remove the hub cover. then u will want 2 small picks to take the ring out. and if it is manual hubs u will need a snap ring tool or small needle nose pliers. and if u need to replace the retainer nut u will need the spanner socket (some call it the castle socket because of the way it looks)
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Floor jack- jack car up and put a jack stand under it. A tire lug to remove tire. A 36 mm socket to unbolt axle shaft sticking through bearing hub. Next a Brass hammer with a block of wood. Next center wood on axle shaft sticking through bearing hub and hit with a 4lb brass or steel hammer with a wood block on shaft. Next you need a 10mm or 12mm socket on back side of bearing hub should have 3 bolts holding it unbolt. Last use a pry bar and gradually pry bearing out and no there not pressed in like a lot of people think.
(Socket sizes maybe different)
If you take it somewhere it would cost about $800 and up.
Posted on May 03, 2009
Three bolts is the easy part. You will likely have to have the old bearing pressed out with hydraulics and a new one pressed in....accordianman
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
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