zigsinclair: and anyone in canada if you are near a canadian tire they loan tools for a
deposit ( if you dont have the 36 mm socket, which is 25 bucks or more to
Scott Little: does the center nut have to be done by a air gun? or will a breaker bar
Richard Goulet: You Saved me AGAIN! Thanks
garyP102782: where can i get the front dust shield?? mine is all rusted. everywhere i
look its only rear ones.
Bill Tonge: Do you guys have video for removing the rear axle bearing on an 86 GMC s15
or do I have to remove the whole hub and shaft.
John Williams: How can I get the hub but off without an impact? I tried a breaker bar and
PB blaster but it wouldn't budge
jose espinoza: Hi i have a 2002 chevy blazer 2wd 4.3l sfi 6cyl and when i turn the wheels
left or right it make a pop noise and also when i push the breaks it
shakes no that bad but you can feel it, and when i back up very slow and
turn the wheels right or left it wobbles (it feels like you fall in a small
hole and out constantly) You think it could be the Hubs are wear out. Or
what other Parts could be causing this problem. Thank You.. You Are a Big
GMANORL: Mike, I have a 2RWD '99 SLT but the hub I have is far different from yours
(and others I have seen on the net). I have no spindle and the brake rotor
does not come off (I have replaced many rotors over the years and all just
seem to flop out).
Appreciate your insight.
HD Beatz: Will this method work for a 1999 oldsmobile bravada??????
Dwight Smith: doing this in the morning for a friend for $140 this reassured me of how
simple it will be thanks for the pointers i'll subscribe
1A Auto Parts: Unfortunately at this time we do not have a video for the rear wheel
bearings. The rears will require you to remove the axles from the vehicle
to access them.
robuss76: @1aauto Item arrived 2 days after I purchased it. Finally have a day to
install it but running into some problems. Seems the hub is rusted on and
cant seem to pry it off. Used plenty of PB Blaster and still nothing. Tried
your method in the video as well. Hopefully it comes loose soon. Maybe I
should purchase a gear puller? Unfortunately my options are limited.I dont
want to keep whacking it and possibly damage something.
1A Auto Parts: If it does this when you not on the brakes you may want to check the air
pressure in the tires and possibly the alignment of the vehicle. 1aauto.com
1A Auto Parts: The rears are going to be different than the fronts because the fronts are
a wheel hub and bearing but the rears have an axle.
charlie3290: i have a 99 blazer and the wheel bearings on the front have been replaced
about 4 times now within two years, what could be causing the bearings or
hub assemblies to go bad over and over?
1A Auto Parts: @mastermequon It depends on the type of driving you do, and also how many
mile you put on the vehicle. We offer some great prices on the wheel
bearing assemblies that fit your 2001 GMC S-15 Jimmy. Here's a link to them
on our website.
(copy & pasteURL into your browser)
Johan Godwaldt: I have applied a generous amount of PB Blaster but it is still frozen.
1A Auto Parts: Respond to this video... Check your trans fluid to if you have a manual
automotiveDIY: @thebubbaking17 its the same thing. only difference is you need a 3/8"
allen wrench to remove the brake caliper
1A Auto Parts: Thank you for visiting our cannel on YouTube. We can ship items that we
stock to Canada.There would be a shipping fee to Canada. 1aauto.com
punkrockloser7: Good point this video makes, USE JACK STANDS.
DeadlyGardenParty: My hub is stuck on my spindal
1A Auto Parts: It should come right off, you may have to tap the bearing with a sledge
hammer to break it free.
1A Auto Parts: You're welcome. Thanks for watching. Have a great day! 1aauto.com
Austin Cross: Thank You!
1A Auto Parts: @Blackops353 When hubs go bad they generally cause a humming noise that
will change pitch as you turn your steering wheel for curves. A whooping
sound while accelerating sounds more like a problem with your airbox or
intake hose in to the engine, or maybe your rear differential, could be a
few different things.
x6reltsuh: I suppose its not that critical, but everything I look up for the hub nut
tourqe spec. says "103" ft lbs, but you suggest "95 ft lbs.....I'm getting
ready to do this to my 99 jimmy 4x4.....should I torque to 103 or 95?
Rene Soria: 2002 s 10 4.3 l vortec v6 Extreme side step. first of all , let me thank
you for your videos, im very gratefull fir all the money you saved me, with
4 kids , i cant afford to take my extreme to the mechanic. so again thnx. 1
quest. my truck is making a strange noise when I m breaking. not a squeal
is more like a grind. only when I break slow and release and then brake. I
hope that makes sense to you that's the only way I can explain. pls help.
thank you and god blessy u and your loved ones!
1A Auto Parts: It should be a fairly similar procedure, you wouldn't have an axle in the
front to deal with though.
l008comm: Is an S10 going to have the same hub on all 4 wheels? Is the procedure to
replace the rear ones the same?
1A Auto Parts: @russelln114 the hub can get seized on to the axle, then you will need a
puller. I personally have not expreienced this. So chances are, on this
type of hub, you can get it apart without the puller.
saleenonly: Is this a common problem? My Sierra 1500 makes a grinding noise in the
front right only when I turn hard right. Also it sounds like an airplane.
The faster I go the louder it is
1A Auto Parts: You should be able to tap it out as shown in the video, you might be able
to try a little PB Blaster on it if it's rusty and you need to free it up.
Hope this helps you out. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
1A Auto Parts: @Bassman8519 It sounds as though there could be a piece of rust or
something causing the hub not to sit flush. This would need to be cleaned
and removed so that when you bolt the hub to the knuckle it sits flush.
Forgorne: very good video! going to get it done on 03 s10 tonight thanks for the info
NZX: @1aauto yes, and the surface where the assembly meets the carrier hub.
russelln114: some people say you need a puller to get the hub loose. I don't have a
puller. Is it as easy to seprate the hub like you did with a screwdriver?
1A Auto Parts: Thanks for watching. 1aauto.com
Mindy Maragno-Whittaker: Hi, I have a 2004 Chevy Avalanche 1500 4x4 Z71 that needs the rear wheel
bearings replaced. Do you have any videos pertaining to this, or any advice
for my husband as he tackles this job? Thank you in advance for any help
you can provide.
NZX: Would you consider it safe to apply anti seize around the surface of the
bearing to prevent it being stuck?
1A Auto Parts: @Sneaky151 Yes, similar
SibeDad: Excellent Video and Instructions. I am not a particularily good mechanic
and usually have a professional do this type of work, but due to financial
reasons I thought I would attempt this replacement on my 2000 GMC Jimmy.
The step by step instructions provided where excellent and I was able to to
the job successfully. I am from Canada, so did not us the 1AAuto parts,but
the video really helped and I will look for your help for repairs in the
future. Thanks Again.
1A Auto Parts: It's pretty common on vehicles with high mileage on them.
Blackops353: do these cause a whooping sound while you are accelerating? or what else
could possibly be causing a whooping sound
CrazyHHO19: no it has just rubber groomet instead. definitely no hub nut.
Justin Neufeld: your rotor just slips off. mine is very stuck
geo trouvetout: hello! I am French, my vehicle is a LT 1999 chevrolet blazer, thank you for
your advice!, thanks to you, I have great pleasure to service my car!
1A Auto Parts: You more than likely have a brake pad or a shoe that could be worn down
making contact with the rotor or rear drum (if it has drum brakes in the
rear). We carry new brake pads and rotor kits on our website with free
shipping if you need them. Hope this helps you out. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
1A Auto Parts: Yes all vehicles would have a hub nut for the 4wd.
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