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Old 01-23-2011, 12:20 AM

 
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Exclamation HELP!!!! rear wheel bearing replacment...

I need some help does anyone know how to replace you rear wheel bearing hub assembly on a 05 monte. Its cold out and i already have the wheel, caliper, rotor, the four hub bolts off, sensor disconnected, and i know i have to disconnect the e-brake cable and the 2 retainer screws to dissassemble the backing plate. My question is does the hub assembly and e-brake assembly just pull out now? I dont want to be prying on it if im not supposed to.
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Old 01-23-2011, 12:24 AM
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do you have ABS?
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yes i already disconnected my sensor
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Old 01-23-2011, 12:38 AM
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maybe this will help? there is also a how to video!

http://www.1aauto.com/1A/wheel-beari...HR00036/316406
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No it doesnt the how to is for a front wheel and the video is just for customer satisfaction, but thank you anything helps
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I need some help does anyone know how to replace you rear wheel bearing hub assembly on a 05 monte. Its cold out and i already have the wheel, caliper, rotor, the four hub bolts off, sensor disconnected, and i know i have to disconnect the e-brake cable and the 2 retainer screws to dissassemble the backing plate. My question is does the hub assembly and e-brake assembly just pull out now? I dont want to be prying on it if im not supposed to.
hey Bud,you ever get that hub changed? im looking at the same job and need a few pointers on what to do and not do.
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hey Bud,you ever get that hub changed? im looking at the same job and need a few pointers on what to do and not do.
This thread is a couple years old, so I don't know if you'll get a response from the OP or not. To answer your question, you need to remove the caliper, rotor, parking brake cable, ABS sensor connector (if equipped) and the 4 retaining bolts. The hub should pull off, but some require a little persuasion to pop off.
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