Question about 1998 Chevrolet Blazer
Posted by Anonymous on
On my blazer it wasn't real hard to do you take off the tire and there are 3 bolts on the back of the bearing holding it on and one nut in the middle of the bearing there is also a sensor on the bearing you take all of these off and the bearing should come off you may need to use a puller to get it off when you put the new one on make sure you torque the bolts and the nut or something could brake inside and you will haft to replace the bearing again.
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