How To Install Replace Front Wheel Hub Bearing Cadillac Deville 97-99 Part 2 1AAuto.com




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lee leavelle: is this a similar process for a 98 STS?

carlos el taco man: I don't have any air tools, what do you recommend? please let me know! thanks

Jaryan Steen: will this work for 96 model?

jstwinbaby2010: excellent step by step video thank you very much.
Didnt see the ratchet Torque wrench as one of the tools on the tools neds

Uriah C2D2: Thank you so much to everyone at 1AAuto.com. I received the parts really quickly. The video was so helpful too. I needed to have my hub bearing on the passenger side replaced and I ordered the hub, brake and rotor combo package. I was able to knock it out with help from a friend in under three hours. Thanks 1AAuto.com for the awesome range of service that you all provide. Now I am riding smooth again in the Lac!!!

Psycho Mantis912: Your videos have helped me do step by step fixes on my car, which is a 98 deville. Thank you. Do you think you could do a video on removing the blower motor and installing a new one? I have look everywhere on the net and cannot find a video on it.

Zionist JewTube: how to fix a 1998 cadillac deville theft system problem?

david barletta: to remove the drivers side caliper on a 1999 deville are the pins removed clock wise or counter clockwise

1vansmith1: Does this work on an 94 deville?

Rudy Alcozer: How do you know if your bearing is bad. My car has no code but my front right brake applies on its own when I hit 5 to 10 mph

1A Auto Parts: You could use a little bearing grease to make the spline slide through the hub easier. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393

John Zimmerman: Hi from John, Just a question...Should I use ant-sieze on the splines....and is there a washer behind the hub nut or is it a flanged nut and is it a triangulated lock nut?

1A Auto Parts: It helps to keep debris and road grime off of your rotors. Thanks for checking us out. Have a great day! 1aauto.com

DrE38: Awesome, very similar to the 2011 DTS, I'm gonna do this when my part gets here! Thanks for the video! Also, what's the purpose of the backing plate?

1A Auto Parts: On some vehicles the bearing is pressed into the hub with a machine. Your's should be a complete hub assembly.

Sam: Sorry but what do u mean by "pressed in"? Where exactly would the head bolt be located? from the front or back? Would u happen to know the size torx socket I need to remove the head bolt? T-45? I appreciate your help this car is driving me crazy. Had a 2001 seville and nothing comes off the same way.

1A Auto Parts: There might be a torx head bolt holding on the bearings. The front bearings on the 1993 are not a pressed in bearing to the vehicle.

Sam: Hey man I have a '93 cadillac seville and I 'm tried to take my Hub off earlier. I got down to the 3 retaining bolts in the back and they weren't there. Am I suppose to use a puller? Or is there a special type of socket? I see where they should be but it looks like u need an allen wrench or torx socket or something. Please help asap!!

Howdy Dee: dude youre awesome

Melvin Woodcock: I just got a quote of $225 to do this a shop. I will do it my self. A baby could change a wheel bearing :) I just need the hub socket and a C-clamp.
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