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Old 04-11-2011, 11:45 AM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Bad Wheel Bearing On Driver Side

My driver side front wheel has been making the infamous whoosh/humming noise for the past month. I'm almost positive it's my bearing bcuz when I turn right I can hear it even louder.

I already ordered the parts from rockauto.com for a total of $84.42 for a wheel and hub.

I've seen the thread where they explain how to take the axle out, which is pretty much the same process, so I figured it wouldn't be that hard. Now aside from the pressing the bearing in, do you guys think I can do the job myself? I've done the springs all around, brakes, and some misc things to do car

Any input would also be appreciated.
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Old 04-11-2011, 11:48 AM   #2
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<<<< I have the same problem right now. subscribed.
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Old 04-11-2011, 11:54 AM   Thread Starter #3
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Clean, I called the dealer to find out how much just for parts, they wanted $50 for the bearing and $80 for the hub. I just hung up on them.
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Old 04-11-2011, 11:56 AM   #4
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LOL, I am gonna try and get this taken care of tomorrow. How fast was shipping?
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Old 04-11-2011, 01:04 PM   Thread Starter #5
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I just ordered it this morning, so I'll let you know. Will you be doing the work yourself, or taking it to someone?
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I never replaced mines but if its anything like a 5th gen maxima , you need a press , so if you have that then your good
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Default Re: Bad Wheel Bearing On Driver Side

heres a diy with a special tool that wont require a press.

http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthrea...eplacement-DIY


parts $70.98 EBAY

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worth it if your going to be doing more in the future. if not remove the hub and bearing assembly and have a shop press out the old and install the new. normally 50 each side for this, but then you are so close to paying for the tool above.

im in the same boat and pondering this myself but i have a press at work. that tool would be nice to have in handy.

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Any chance you can rent that tool at AutoZone? It would be worth it to check.
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Any chance you can rent that tool at AutoZone? It would be worth it to check.
Nah Autozone doesnt have it. I tried
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Harbor Freight FTMFW !!
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Nah Autozone doesnt have it. I tried
Crap! Sorry brother...was worth a shot. If you have any local machine shops close to you, they usually won't charge you anywhere near what a place like NAPA will charge. Might be worth looking into.

Is it possible to remove the old one with an air hammer and use the old socket/extension/hammer trick to run the new one in?
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Harbor Freight FTMFW !!
I just checked HF, and I couldn't find anything.
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Crap! Sorry brother...was worth a shot. If you have any local machine shops close to you, they usually won't charge you anywhere near what a place like NAPA will charge. Might be worth looking into.

Is it possible to remove the old one with an air hammer and use the old socket/extension/hammer trick to run the new one in?
honestly i wont know. it would be my first time doing this to my max. Dollar gave me some tips and the people ive talked to said the air hammer trick would work but for someone whos not use to this sorta thing they could very well damage the knuckle trying to get the old out that way. Most dont have a air compressor as well. The tool above is an alternative to a guy who wants to do it themself without having to remove the whole assembly as well. i might buy that tool for my collection but i also have access to a press at work.
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yeah they deff have to be pressed in. Easy ghetto way to do it is c clamps. Get two monster c clamps and get to turning
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I just checked HF, and I couldn't find anything.
werid, I saw them in the stores , I dont go online often since the HF is so close by the shop
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Aide from the press is there anything else I should look for? I'm going to get it pressed in at the local shop, $25.

I don't have air tools, so it's all by hand.

Two quetions I have:

1: How am I going to stop the axle from turning when taking the axle nut off?

2. Is there any special tool to take the ABS sensor off? I'm going to disconnect the battery before I take the sensor off.
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georgelv1999 thats funny i do that all the time lol
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Aide from the press is there anything else I should look for? I'm going to get it pressed in at the local shop, $25.

I don't have air tools, so it's all by hand.

Two quetions I have:

1: How am I going to stop the axle from turning when taking the axle nut off?

2. Is there any special tool to take the ABS sensor off? I'm going to disconnect the battery before I take the sensor off.

i just did this job tonight so heres what i ran into

1) the axel wont spin at all once you take the nut off because its held in place by groves that are located in the inside of the hub so your good there. you need a 1-1/4 socket for that

2) the abs sensor is held in place by a 1/2 nut located on the back side of the hub. DO NOT DAMAGE IT OR YOUR SCREWED with buying a new 1 at over $100.00 there.

3) the battery does not have to be disconnected for that.

you dont need any special tools. when to take the tie rod nut of just whack the meaty side that the tie thread goes thru and it should pop right out. same with the lower ball joint as well. DO NOT TRY TO HIT IT FROM UNDER THE THREAD OF THE BOLT. you can strip or ruin the thread by doing that.

support the brake caliper and axel with some type of string, wire, shoe lace , what ever just dont let it dangle around.

very important buy a torch from autozone from the link

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I went with just doing the bearing instead of the hub because i caught mine early enough but the right way if money is no concern is to change hub and bearing. im just being a cheapo right now since i have the luxury of tools available to me for this type of job.

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Cory, thanks for the great info. It doesn't seem like too bad of a job. I think u answered all my questions. I have a ball joint separator here so that might come in handy. I'll be doing the job next week.
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Cory, thanks for the great info. It doesn't seem like too bad of a job. I think u answered all my questions. I have a ball joint separator here so that might come in handy. I'll be doing the job next week.
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damn.........i already went to a shop to get my replaced lol
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Cory 2 more questions:

Are y going to get an alignment after u do the bearing?

Am I suppose to grease the bearing/hub? I know they used to do that in the older cars
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I made an appointment at the stealership for tomorrow. FML

Its the only shop I can trust. Let me know how yours comes out.
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I made an appointment at the stealership for tomorrow. FML

Its the only shop I can trust. Let me know how yours comes out.
thats gotta suck lol
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Old 04-12-2011, 05:52 PM   Thread Starter #25
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Default Re: Bad Wheel Bearing On Driver Side

Clean, if u lived close to me I'd say we could've help each other out. BTW, how much r they charging u?
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