Axle Wheel Bearing Hub Replacement
How to Replace an Axle Bearing Hub A lot is riding on your wheel axle bearings and eventually they will need to be replaced. Common symptoms are a grinding noise when rolling or turning, squeaking or rough feel through the steering wheel. Before replacing your front wheel bearing hub, you will have to remove some brake components to gain access to the assembly. Safety is very important and extra care should be taken when lifting and supporting your car for service.
Note: Before you begin park your car on level ground with the engine off, Set the emergency brake and wear protective clothing, gloves and eyewear.
Tools and Supplies Need to Complete this Job1. Hydraulic Jack2. Jack Stands3. Hammer4. Wrench Set5. Sockets with Rachet6. Large Sockets7. Pry Bar8. Replacement Axle Bearing
- Always use manufactures recommendations for main axle bear nut tightness
- Inspect upper and lower ball joint dust caps and replace when torn
- Use OEM replacement parts or equivalent