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99 chevrolet venture van:car making noise after it speedsup about 15 mph like airplane noise. Checked by technician is wheel bearing hub front to be chnaged. Price is too much. Is any way to get good price.

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Good Evening, the price of a front hub bearing assembly itself is less than $75 at your local auto parts store. With a few tools the job is not as bad as some would make it out to be. Always remember safety first. Raise the vehicle (whichever side they say it is after breaking loose the lug nuts. Place a jackstand under the vehicle (preferrably not on an incline but on level ground) and lower the vehicle down onto it. DO NOT USE A SCISSOR JACK (unsafe). Once you have the vehicle raised and safely secured on a stand finish removing the lugnuts. If you have access to an air compressor it will make it easier to take the nut off the CV axle (the hardest part of the whole deal). Once you have that nut off, take off your brake caliper (2 bolts), remove the brake rotor and then unplug the plastic connector that holds your ABS wires together on the backside. There are 3 13mm bolts I have found a short 13mm (3/8 drive) with a 3" extension will do the front and rear bolts fine and a 6" extension will do the top one as long as you push back in on the axle some. Once those bolts are out take a chisel and wedge it between the hub and the spindle until you get some space in between then you should be able to tap from back to front on the hub and it will come off. Make sure all of it comes out, once you have it out just reverse the procedure to install the new one and you will be fine.
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Joey

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