Question about 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Most times the bearing fails first but a seal can fail without the bearing being bad. If you see any flaked metal in the lube behind the seal when you remove it, you can bet the bearing is failing. If you already know the bearing is bad, you know you can't get it out without damaging the seal so it really does not matter if it was good or bad since you will need to replace both..
Since the axle needs to be removed to do either job, most times it's wise to replace both the bearing and seal together so you don't need to do it over in a few weeks.
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
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