Question about Chevrolet Venture
Jack up vehicle, use jack stands for safety. Remove wheel, brake caliper, axle nut, brake caliper bracket, rotor. Remove wheel hub bearing bolts, unplug speed/abs sensor, remove bad assy. Good idea to clean up any corrosion on spindle where bearing mounts and use anti seize in case you have to replace again down the road. Sometimes it is a pain to get bearing assy. loose from spindle because of corrosion. Reverse order of dissassembly and use manuf. suggested torque for reassembly.
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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