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Is your car or truck making a howling noise while rolling down the road? There’s a good chance it’s because of a worn out wheel bearing, or wheel hub assembly! In this video, Andy gives you some tips on how to best replace a pressed in wheel bearing, especially if you don’t have a bunch of special bearing tools! He also fills you in on a few common mistakes you want to avoid to prevent damaging the new bearing. Check out this video to get your bearings on this DIY-able job!
0:00 Car or Truck Making a Howling Noise? Replace Your Wheel Bearing and Avoid Installation Mistakes
0:37 Removing and installing press-in bearings requires creativity or special tools
1:45 Avoid damaging the wheel knuckle
2:20 Use tools that will push only the wheel hub out first
4:45 Make sure to apply force to the outer race of the bearing when removing it
6:37 Make sure the new bearing is facing the correct direction if ABS is resent
7:19 Don’t apply force to the center of the new bearing
8:10 Make sure the old race is removed from the hub!
10:15 you can chill the bearing and heat the knuckle to make installation easier
13:57 Correct axle or spindle nut torque prevents damage to the bearing
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🔧 List of tools used:
• Ball Joint Press
• Block of Wood
• Center Punch http://1aau.to/oa/1AXAA00055
• Chisel http://1aau.to/oa/1AXAA00055
• Large Hammer http://1aau.to/oa/1AXAA00091
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