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How much does a hub bearing cost to get fixed on a 02 Grand Prix

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Depends on the brand of the wheel hub, plus labor, your looking just under $400.00 with tax. This would be the high side unless your going to go to the dealer to have the work done.

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Hello Jelly.
Front or rear, with or without ABS, you did not mention, but they will be similarly priced.
Here is my advise to you.
If you plan on keeping the car more than a year, install a good hub as the cheap ones tend to go bad again quickly, I have had the cheap ones bad right out of the box.
I am in Canada so the parts tend to be a little more expensive here than in the USA.
Here, a good hub for your car would be around $180 to $240 plus installation.
It takes a good tech about an hour to replace, so depending on labor rate of the shop that does the repair, likely $65 to $95.
I hope your repair goes well.

KL

Posted on Oct 24, 2010

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  • Krisjan83 Nov 24, 2010

    Had to have the same thing done on my '02 GTP (128K miles). I heard a kind of groaning/humming noise in the left front end. Subtle at first, but it got louder and louder and within a few days it sounded like there was an airplane under the hood. New hub bearings corrected the problem. Don't often opt for dealer service, but this time I did. Total bill was $430.

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