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2005 sebring hub bearing replacement

What are the replacement steps for changing out the hub bearings on a Sebring

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  • Mopar-anger May 11, 2010

    I don't see a cotter pin in my 2005 Sebring Touring on front wheels. I put some penetrating oil on the threads and still can't remove the big nut to check our wheel bearings :-(

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This is actually not a dificult repair IF YOU TAKE YOUR TIME.
Start, of course, by raising and supporting the vehicle
remove the wheel(s) as needed
Remove the caliper, brake pads and caliper mounting braket
remove the rotor
remove the axle nut, there may be a cotter pin in the nut acting as a lock.
make sure the axle pushes in freely inside the hub, it's splined and sometimes seizes in, a puch and hammer will knock it free
there will be three bolts on the rear of the hub assembly that must be removed
remove the hub by hitting it with a hammer, sometimes the rear bearing seal stayes in place, remove this also
reverse these steps to install your new hub.

Questions, feel free to ask.
Good luck
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