Question about Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Automatic Locking Hubs
REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
The following procedure covers removal & installation only, for the hub assembly. The hub should be disassembled ONLY if overhaul is necessary. In that event, an overhaul kit will be required. Follow the instructions in the overhaul kit to rebuild the hub.
Do not place the transfer case in either 4-wheel mode unless the hubs are in the Lock position! Locking hubs should be run in the Lock position periodically for a few miles to assure proper differential lubrication.
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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