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How to repair/ replace a front bearing on a nissan maxima?

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You have to remove the knuckle and get the old bearing and hub pressed out and have the new one pressed in.

Posted on Oct 08, 2009

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Possible front bearings? knocking always front end when driving


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How to replace front drivers side bearing on a 1986 nissan maxima SE, front bearing making a loud noise when driving


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Where is the inner wheel bearing located on a Nissan Maxima


if its the front its in the hub assembly and should be replaced as a unit. if it is the rear and it is drum brakes when you remove the drum it is also a hub assembly. hope this helps

Feb 03, 2011 | 1996 Nissan Maxima

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I need to know where may I find the manual or instructions on replacing a 2005 nissan maxima wheel bearing?


The front wheel bearing is a pressed in bearing. It will require the services of a machine shop to press out the old bearing and press in the new one. What you will need to do is separate the knuckle from the front suspension of the car.

Remove the axle nut. Separate the outer tie rod from the knuckle. Remove the caliper and the rotor. Separate the lower ball joint from the knuckle. Remove the two bolts that hold the knuckle to the strut. Once the knuckle is free you can take it into a machine shop or some auto shops and have the bearing pressed in and out. I will add that it is also common for the front hub (the part that has the wheel studs in it) to wear out on these as well so don't be surprised if they tell you you need one.

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How do I replace the ball bearings on the front of my car?


More than likely you are talking about the front wheel bearings.If they are sold in just the bearing by itself the spindle assembly has to be reemoved from the car and the old bearing pressed out ands the new one pressed back into the spindle.If it is sold as a hub and bearing assembly ,it is held in place by three bolts and a center nut.This job is best performed by a repair shop.
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1990 Nissan Maxima V6 a/t: vibration above 60 mph


Start off with a tire rotation. That should solve the problem. If problem presist the next best thing to do is have your wheel bearings checked. In order to check your wheel bearings you need to lift the car from the front (suspending the the front wheels. With both hands grab the tire on both sides and move with back and forth motions. If you find much play then you need to change your bearings. These things will cause movement at high rates of speed

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Nov 24, 2009 | 1990 Nissan Maxima

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How to replace a rear wheel bearing 1996 nissan maxima gle


  • Remove tire
  • Remove brake caliper assembly
  • Remove brake rotor
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  • Remove wheel bearing lock nut & washer
  • Remove wheel hub bearing from spindle
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Sep 26, 2009 | 1996 Nissan Maxima

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Winding noise from front area of my 2002 nissan maxima


possible axel bearrings or wheel bearings does it lessen when you turn one way or the other or get worse if so possible wheel bearings

Aug 09, 2009 | 2002 Nissan Maxima

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Scraping sound at very low speed (5MPH)


I have personally seen a lot of wheel bearings go bad on these vehicles. If you hear the noise get more pronounced when turning left, the right front (passenger side) bearing is most likely the culprit- if turning right, it would be the left front (driver side) bearing.

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Nov 10, 2008 | 2004 Nissan Maxima

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Transmission problem


most likely you have a bad wheel bearing. It is very comen for a wheel bearing to go bad after an accident.

Jun 24, 2008 | 2004 Nissan Maxima

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