wheel bearing front and rear


Asked by lee08 Sep 22, 2008 at 10:08 PM about the 2006 Chevrolet Express Cargo 1500 3dr Van

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

are they able to be packed and what will i need to do it

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Danny Wang

you may want to check out the website www.rockauto.com, www.partsamerica.com, www.autozone.com or visit local auto parts store to see if they have one in stock to verify. Based on those websites, looks like you can repack the rear bearings. If your rear bearings are repackable, make sure to clean to grease to inspect for damages. If they are in good condition you can reused. You can use a tool made for repacking (either rent or buy from auto parts store) or use your hands to repack the grease and then coat the bearing surface with grease and adding grease after installing the bearing. Make sure to find the correct procedure in installing the bearings and using the correct torque specification with a torque wrench. but the front maybe a sealed, ABS wheel sensor/hub non serivceable unit and do not allow for repacking grease. So if the bearing and/or sensor is damaged it must be replaced as a whole unit. Hopefully this will get you started

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