front wheel bearings

Asked by Oct 21, 2008 at 07:03 PM about the 2001 GMC Jimmy

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Where is the bearing located and how do you remove picture  would be great

4 Answers


the bearing on the front is a hub assembly. there are 3 bolts that fasten it. also the axle nut must be removed. can be quite a pain to do without the right tools. hub assembly is the part that the wheel bolts to


their are two different types - the 2WD version looks like the picture i've attached (from GM manual)

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the 4wd version looks like this picture (it's number 6) and includes the ABS wheel speed sensor. This is also from the GM manual

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and as i recall the 3 bolts are either 9/16 or 15mm.. maybe even an 18mm, cant remember, havent done one in a while

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