Question about GMC Sierra 1500
Hi, the bearing, or hub assy, is located directly behind the rotor. Sometimes the rotors are tough to remove, but essentially , they should pull right off, once the caliper anchor bracket is removed. Some wd-40, and a few taps of a hammer, should allow access. The large nut, is actually for the axle shaft, and must be removed. You then need to route the speed sensor harness, so it is free, and remove the 3 bolts, that hold the hub on. Again, some love with a hammer, tap the axle shaft in untill loose, and tap the hub, you should then be able to replace the hub assy. Good luck...Coop
Posted on Oct 15, 2010
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