Remove the front wheel, the brake caliper, brake anchor and brake rotor. Remove the spindle nut and the fasteners that support the bearing assembly to the steering knuckle. Remove the bearing assembly and replace with a ... More »

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To replace a wheel bearing, first make sure the car is on a flat surface. Secure the wheels that are not being repaired with wheel chocks. Raise the car with a jack, and then loosen the lug nuts of the wheel that needs r... More »

To replace a front wheel hub bearing, lift the front of the car, remove the wheel hub bearing, and remove the brake rotor, spindle nut and backing plate. Clean the surface, replace the backing plate, attach a new bearing... More »

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To replace a front wheel hub bearing, lift the front of the car, remove the wheel hub bearing, and remove the brake rotor, spindle nut and backing plate. Clean the surface, replace the backing plate, attach a new bearing... More »

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To change a wheel bearing hub assembly, remove the wheel and rotor, disconnect the anti-lock braking system, unscrew the hub assembly from the knuckle, clean the knuckle, secure the new assembly onto the knuckle and reas... More »

A hub bearing assembly in a rear- or four-wheel drive vehicle connects the axle shaft, wheel and brake rotors to the chassis of the vehicle. Typically, the axle shaft runs through the center of the assembly, which consis... More »

Disc brakes, which are the most common type of brake assembly, contain brake pads, a rotor, caliper and support. The master cylinder, which is located in the engine compartment, the brake lines and brake fluid are also p... More »