Question about GE Washing Machines
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Front Is pressed into hub & knuckle.Rear is a Hub/Bearing Assembly held in by 4 10mm bolts.Will need to pound out with hammer in rear after bolts come out,lots of rust holding them in.Front Knuckle has to come off,Then a large Snap ring,then press out the hub,then the wheel bearing.Hope this helps
Posted on May 19, 2009
SOURCE: I replaced the front wheel
Hi there. If you had the bearings replaced and they axle nut wasnt tightened enough you could be hearing that. If your car is front wheel drive it may be the CV axles. The constant velocity axles that drive the front wheels have 6 or more bearings each and commonly will make noise if any of them are starting to go bad. A better way to tell if it is the front axles is to listen to he noise while turing corners. They may make grinding, rubbing or clanking sounds. Those sounds will be even more prevelent if you accelerate while turning.
Posted on Apr 21, 2011
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