Question about 1996 Suzuki Swift
You don't need to have the number but an approach to the Suzuki Original spare parts shop or service will help you to get the OE part.
You need to mention the above model of the car and the Rear Wheel bearing , some times it might be even necessary to change the hub as a fully assembly if in case the bearing had damaged the hub, In this case a careful inspection is very much important as the replacement of the bearing alone might not reduce the noise as the bearing would have worn the outer shell of the hub.
I recommend that you check this before changing or else the work would become useless.
If so change the hub assembly as it would be worth it.
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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