Question about 2000 Buick LeSabre
The bearings on a LeSabre are part of the hub assembly. The hub and bearing will have to be replaced as a unit. To do this you'll need to raise the car, remove the wheel, remove the caliper guide bolts, lift and support the caliper-I use a bent metal clothes hangar to support. Do not loosen the brake line. Slide the brake rotor off the lugs. Disconnect the electrical connector for the antilock brake system. The connector is behind the wheel. Then remove the four bolts holding the hub assembly. The bolts are behind the wheel. Be sure to hold the hub while removing. To install reverse the order. Be sure to check and tighten bolts to specifications when reassembling.
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