Sunday, June 17, 2012

2006 Suzuki Grand Vitara: Rear wheel bearing play causes vibration?

When the wheel bearing has play,it indication of wheel bearing going out.If the bearing is not replaced recently and its quite old,rusted and dirty.Then replace the wheel bearing to solve the problem.

Unfortunately, when the rear bearing is showing signs of play, it cannot be tightened up, and must be replaced. The bearing is part of the hub assembly, and is replaced as an entire wheel hub.

To remove the wheel hub.There is a special tool available at local auto parts store.This tool is called  "hub puller", but more times than not, it's really not needed.
For replacement of wheel hub the average labor time calls for 2 hours to complete the job.
Its not a easy job.But a average car mechanic can do it.

See the diagram shown below:----
Suzuki wheel bearing hub

This details will help.

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