Question about 1992 Chevrolet S-10
Dirt is the #1 problem - and lack of lubrication.
Remove the hubs - clean - and re-pack with grease.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
Your truck is a 1992 and generally I see these go out upon 8 to 10 years old. the reason is the seals go bad and dirt will get inside destroying the working parts. Aftermarket hubs are generally seen at a far better price than GM prices if replaced. Take off your old ones and clean them in a solvent. Check and see if all parts are intact and clean. The seals can be purchased separately at the dealer. Most of the time the original bolts will shear off so plan on that to happen. I would soak them overnight with a penatrating oil with a fast acting catylist also so they remove somewhat easier
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