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Is it possible to replace the front axle bearing in a 1995 buick century auto transmission? Or do you have to replace the axle?

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    how to replace the front wheel bearings

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If you are talking on the bearing inside the axel i will recomendo you to replace the whole axle but if you are talking about the one by the wheel meaning wheel bearing then replace just the wheel bearing

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