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Old 01-30-2010, 11:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Wheel Bearing

getting a nasts rubbing noise when turning, started when the weather changed and has been getting worse.. so yesterday i lifted my front end and started checking stuff out, my front driver side wheel shakes and i noticed my CV boot it torn.. so i was wondering how hard is it going to be to get that bearing out? and does anybody have any tips or tricks? thanks guys
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Re: Wheel Bearing

Its a press in bearing..so unless u have a press or a impact gun ur gonna have to goto a shop
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Re: Wheel Bearing

i dont know much about the gen7's, but i know with my gen6, i can order the front spindles with everrything on it. direct replacement. i wouold hate to have to press the bearing in. its nuts. i have the same noise on my drivers side to.
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Re: Wheel Bearing

Front bearing needs to be pressed out. The bearing is about 30 bucks. Id replace both fronts at the same time. Also if your cv boot is torn you should change the cv. About 60 bucks. Cv's are easy to change.
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Re: Wheel Bearing

easy most the timeee but then you get those great ones that dont want to go in, and you cant take out, because the manufacturer didnt think about replacing, least thats how the type s h22a is for honda haha, was a bitchhhhhhhh
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Re: Wheel Bearing

passenger side on our cars is simple to replace. the drivers side has a snap ring type deal in it. that one is alittle harder to get out. but even as the manual says. use a big prybar. and give it a kinda jerking motion. and it should come out.
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Re: Wheel Bearing

haha thats what the problem on the type s was, cept you had to go from the top of the engine and smack it with a hammer, and we looked everywhere, and every one said we were on our own, and when we came up with that idea, people were shocked haha
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