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2003 SUZUKI XL7 2wd v6 \r\nRear wheel bearing making noise. How do you know for sure that is the problem and is bearings all i need I have ABS. How do I remove the bearing or the hub if that is what I need?

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Remove the wheel and firmly hold the hub that encloses the wheel bearing. Now see if you can rock the hub
If so the bearing is bad
You will need to remove the braking system first to gain access to remove the hub assembly
the bolts are on the back side which is 3 of them

Posted on May 22, 2011

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