An important part of the steering and suspension system, driving with a bad wheel hub bearing is dangerous for your customer. In this instructive video, Master Technician Mark Kenyon of Garage Gurus guides you through the process of replacing the wheel hub bearing on a 2006 Chevy Impala.
From diagnosing the problem to preparing the steering knuckle for the new bearing and everything in between, Mark takes you through all the steps and gives important tips that will help you complete the repair. After watching this video, you'll be ready for that next wheel hub job that comes to your shop. Count on Garage Gurus to help you get your customer's vehicle repair done right.
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To learn more about steering and suspension system repairs, check out these videos from the experts at Garage Gurus:
- Steering Knuckle Damage Due to Overtightening
- 2007 Ford Focus Wheel Hub Bearing Installation
- 2007 Chrysler PT Cruiser Noisy Wheel Hub Bearing
- Steering Knuckle Inspection
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- Steering & Suspension Service
- Advanced Suspension System Diagnostics
- Advanced Steering System Diagnostics
- Advanced Alignment Diagnostics
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