DAN H: WHAT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
gabrielsierra83: If one is bad do I have to change just that one or both? Please help
ERodnyy: Great video you've helped out alot keep the videos coming bro
widdlwichard: hey stupid....turn off the RADIO!
Christopher Rigsbee: Dude these videos are great, thanks man :)
thisisJim85: This is exact same car I have to do this on today. Thanks.
Also, music wasn't that big of an interference. People just need to be a
little more thankful that those who have this knowledge and know how share
Jared Musial: turn the radio down you DUMBASS!!!!
Tom Eutsler: Wish I cuda heard all he said
John C: Worked for me, thanks so much!
Chase Lesser: I've been told im a lil deaf, But I hear you just fine, But most important,
I got the info I was looking for, Thumbs up to you, Thanks
Tjfreak: Listen to all of these cry babies about the music in the shop..omfg people
are such whiney pussies,they are just compelled to complain about
something…the info came through loud & clear..which is that what this vid
is about ?
Michael Mitchell: Thanks for posting this, helped out a lot.
RLfilmz: dude…turn the music down.
adrian herrera: cant barely hear u cuz of the music
Nathan Jennings: Thank you, I appreciate the information you've posted here. Very helpful,
got me through replacing my wheel bearing.
deon rhea: Helpful video. But plz turn the music down a bit on your next video. Also,
question, did you use an impact gun at any point to loosen all of those
bolts because they (mine) are on super tight and they are not just coming
off like in your video? But at any rate, your video is extremely helpful.
Pkripper67: Thanks for posting, but seriously, you couldn't have turned off your radio?
And for Pete's sake, wait until the air compressor is off before you keep
J Dep: Thanks for the good instructions. I was able to change a wheel bearing.
ALLxoxoxoxo: Similar flaw on early 2000 Chevy 1 ton pickups also
racer8172007: Thanks for the upload! one really quick question if the abs light is not
going off for me but i still need to replace balll bearings do I need to
replace the whole assembely with the abs sensor?
Rick Taylor: if you are going to be helpful drop the music next plz.. thx for the vid
David lewis: turn the freaking radio off!!!! crap pickle
63lesabre: @myvidstv1 That shortly happened to me as well, and on the 04 model there
is a technical service bulletin about the ABS sensor pigtail going bad. The
kit contains a splice for each side that corrects this issue that retails
around 120$ per side. It is definitely not the sensor box under the hood.
The ABS code will be stored if the ABS computer loses contact with the
wheel speed sensor for 200 milliseconds, so it's difficult to pick up on a
data graph from a scan tool. hope this helps.
Robert Davenport: Dude you are a life saver!!!! I'm @ roughly 87k on my 04 GP. Started
hearing a nasty grinding sound from my front driver side wheel about 2
weeks ago. Began driving only short distances because of it. Has started
vibrating the steering wheel now. Now I know how to fix it. Many thanx!
63lesabre: @MrSlasher80 Not necessarily true. The ABS system will store codes in
history depending on a number of predetermined key cycles in which the
conditions for setting a code have not happened. The ABS system in my 04
Grand Prix will only malfunction if I go over bumps, but immediately after
key cycle it goes off.
magicluis145: I think this is what my Grand Prix needs. The ABS sensor just came on and
it feels like the front is sliding a little bit on stops.
Sergio Fonseca: @63lesabre i have 175,000 on my 04grand prix and my mechanic told me that i
needed 2 front bearings... i get inside tire wear and they feel loose he
says! but no lights are on... abs, chk eng, etc... what do you think about
SilentServiceCode: OP seems like the coolest dude. I'd love to hang in his garage drinking
Slurpees blasting Soundgarden and changing my wheel bearings
decifal: Dude, good video man! Background toons was a tad loud, but I could still
make out what you was doing.. Good job man!
jgee863: Great job dude!!
TheHydrapilot77: was that even a inpact socke u used for inpact gun cause it didnt look like
myvidstv1: Thank you
themightyLRB: Thanks for the video. It helped and it made me want to get out my old
Soundgarden CD's. Peace!
crazystratcat: ive got a question about the car you are working on in the video.... have
you ever had problems with the heater blower in the car? like it keeps
runing even with the car off??
bondebond: Thank you. With no real automobile repair experience, I looked online at a
manual on how to do this and was about to give up. Your video walked me
through all the points. It took me 90 minutes to go from start, replace,
clean up and test drive. 182k miles on my '03 and still going, with your
help. Thanks (and you save me about $182 in labor!)
Artem Max: Good job bro
Daniel Tellez: I have a 98 grand Prix with 120,000 miles and the ABS light will not go
off. How do I know which HUB to change? The front or the back?
sharon santamaria: This video was helpful but the background music made it difficult to hear
you...Too much noise..
Orlando Zuno: I heard around that if the ABS light turns on then the Traction Control
will also be disabled, thus turning its light on too.
pinkwwweapon: Sergio, why would you expect your check engine light to come on for tire
wear or wheel bearings that are worn out? Even if the light came on how
would that ever lead to you checking the wheel bearings? Maybe you need a
perform regular mainenance light permanently illuminated on your dash.
Hatchetman51176: Thanks for the upload! It was very helpful on the hub I just changed on my
2004 grand prix this morning. Good stuff.....
63lesabre: @racer8172007 Yes. On this style hub, the ABS sensor is built into the hub.
Ronald Sanchez: thx for posting, cool vid, cool dude, very heful
1sickyami: this helped so much! step by step and told me every thing id need. made the
mistake of letting the auto parts store talk me into buting a 32mm socket,
got home and sure enough, needed a 33mm! oh well, a guy can never have too
many tools haha Thanks a bunch!
77camaro: very good video, just turn that radio off next time
Impending Lee: Take this big ol sumanabix out hahaha
Orlando Zuno: Therefore, I was told that TCS light will go off until after the ABS light
will also turns off.
willrnlds: I'm doing this for my friend who's having trouble, and your video is
awesome, thanks a bunch!
ALLxoxoxoxo: no Loctite is needed in this operation.