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Old 07-03-2010, 02:38 PM   #1
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Wheel Bearing Replacement

I've searched the forums but can't find this. I've got a 2005 SE, does anyone know the steps for changing out the front wheel bearings?

Also, a good source for purchasing a Driver's side powered, heated mirror w/memory?

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Should be the same as the Altima......remove the knuckle with hub attached, take to a shop, along with a new bearing. The fronts require a press to get them out or in, so this is why you must take it to a shop.....unless you have a press.
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I've searched the forums but can't find this. I've got a 2005 SE, does anyone know the steps for changing out the front wheel bearings?

Also, a good source for purchasing a Driver's side powered, heated mirror w/memory?

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You'll need to buy a new bearing and hub. I replaced only the bearing and ended up tearing it down a 2nd time to replace the hub because it was bad as well. Replace both at the same time!

As 4DRZ said...Remove the tire, brake caliper, rotor, and axle nut. Then remove the knuckle by removing the two bottom bolts on the shock, tie rod, and lower ball joint. Press the hub out of the knuckle, press the new bearing in the knuckle, and then press the new hub into the knuckle assembly. Install the knuckle in revers order.

It's easy if you're mechanically inclined.
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Old 07-04-2010, 01:57 PM   #4
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What are the symptoms to know your bearings need to be replaced?

I have 85K currently, but honestly I have no idea if they're OK or not.
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For wheel bearing.. when driving at 20+ mph.. you should hear a humming noise.. The faster you go the louder it gets.. When turing to one side and it gets louder, its the opposite side.. For Ex: Turn left and gets louder its the right side wheel bearing thats bad.. If you don't hear humming, no bad wheel bearings.. I've already replace both of mines and I only got 50K+ miles.. Hope this helps..

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Old 07-04-2010, 07:37 PM   #6
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After a bearing replacement, is an alignment needed? I had the right front done and now I feel a drift to the left. Is it my imagination or do I need it done? I had an alignment summer 2009 when I got new tires.
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Anytime you do any changes even after marking a tie rod, etc. You should have an alignment done, even being slightly off it should be done, not everything is machined perfectly. Any part can look pretty identical but are not. Once you change any part that would affect alignment, it should be redone. You cannot visually see alignment issues with your eye, but if you drive on a fairly flat road and see how straight you go you can tell.

I recall having to replace a control arm that had a slight little bend and it threw off my alignment big time. I compared the bad control arm to the new control arm and I could barely notice anything different. Sometimes I wish I could have a computerized alignment machine, but it's not feasible to own one. You are better off paying the 100 dollars or so to have the alignment done in the shop.
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Anytime you do any changes even after marking a tie rod, etc. You should have an alignment done, even being slightly off it should be done, not everything is machined perfectly. Any part can look pretty identical but are not. Once you change any part that would affect alignment, it should be redone. You cannot visually see alignment issues with your eye, but if you drive on a fairly flat road and see how straight you go you can tell.

I recall having to replace a control arm that had a slight little bend and it threw off my alignment big time. I compared the bad control arm to the new control arm and I could barely notice anything different. Sometimes I wish I could have a computerized alignment machine, but it's not feasible to own one. You are better off paying the 100 dollars or so to have the alignment done in the shop.
Thanks, I will do it soon, before I get uneven wear on my new tires.
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After a bearing replacement, is an alignment needed? I had the right front done and now I feel a drift to the left. Is it my imagination or do I need it done? I had an alignment summer 2009 when I got new tires.
I am a technician and work for a dealership, unfortunately, not for Nissan yet.. I've never done an alignment after replacing wheel bearings.. I've only done alignments on work such as tie rods and lower control arms.. not necessary for wheel bearings..

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Hey guys. Wheel bearing, spindle completely shot I learned today.
What is a reasonable price for the whole assembly
hub: bearing and spindle
I am not even sure if the "assembly" that I see advertised online is all of these?
Pep boys called around for me and found one for 190 something.

This would be one for the right hand side.

Is this fair? I am not a cheap skate, I am just wanting to make sure this is a fair price.

I would hate to wait for days to get this part too so I might just go ahead with it being it's a Sat. today.

p.s: My 06 Sonata with identical miles is looking like a million dolla car in terms of reliability compared to my beloved Max. As much as it pains me to say that, it's truth in my case.
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Old 07-31-2010, 01:35 PM   #11
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Just a note on this hmr. remember that the drive train has 60 month 60000 mile warranty. I have had both rear bearings replaced under warranty (07 with 43000 miles)
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Just a note on this hmr. remember that the drive train has 60 month 60000 mile warranty. I have had both rear bearings replaced under warranty (07 with 43000 miles)
Thanks for the tip sonomamax
Unfortunately I have 88 K...I have an extended warranty that I bought for 75K and that was prolly the biggest waste of money I spent, cause it seems that things went wrong right after 75 k ....
got the whole hub assembly replaced on the right side - labor + parts = 480
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This may be a dimb question....but, why can't I find a wheel hub/bearing assembly with the bearing already pressed into the hub. I can find the bearing only. I can find the hub only. And I can find the bearing and the hub sold together as an "assembly". But the bearing is not already pressed into the hub. Doesn't make sense to me.

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It would not make any difference since the bearing must still be pressed into the knuckle. No way around that.
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08 Maxima THUMOING LF Wheel

My 08 has a thump thump thump sound at 20-30 mph. The sound speeds up with acceleration. When turned to the left it gets louder. It has 64K on it. Just put new tires, pads and rotors. Then had tires rebalanced and have flipped them around a few times to rule out a bad tire. Thanks is advance for any help.
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I am a technician and work for a dealership, unfortunately, not for Nissan yet.. I've never done an alignment after replacing wheel bearings.. I've only done alignments on work such as tie rods and lower control arms.. not necessary for wheel bearings..

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You got a lot to learn if you don't do an alignment after replacing wheel bearings.

For the OP, anytime you take the front suspension apart, you need an alignment, I recommend it. To take teh wheel bearings out everything comes off, tie rods, strut, axle, again, yes you need alignment after this process.
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This may be a dimb question....but, why can't I find a wheel hub/bearing assembly with the bearing already pressed into the hub. I can find the bearing only. I can find the hub only. And I can find the bearing and the hub sold together as an "assembly". But the bearing is not already pressed into the hub. Doesn't make sense to me.

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You can't press the bearing in with the hub already installed is why they are sold separately.

I also do not do alignments after changing wheel bearings. The tie rod adjustment does not change by removing it from the knuckle nor does the camber adjustment since it is not adjustable.
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I also do not do alignments after changing wheel bearings. The tie rod adjustment does not change by removing it from the knuckle nor does the camber adjustment since it is not adjustable.
This is very true. I don't think a lot of folks believe it though.
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Your not taking out the suspension to get at the wheel bearing, and your simply just disconnecting the suspension componets such as tie rod end, not making adjustments or even to loosen the jam nut.. Where did you get your info from autozone cashiers..?

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You got a lot to learn if you don't do an alignment after replacing wheel bearings.

For the OP, anytime you take the front suspension apart, you need an alignment, I recommend it. To take teh wheel bearings out everything comes off, tie rods, strut, axle, again, yes you need alignment after this process.
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I also do not do alignments after changing wheel bearings. The tie rod adjustment does not change by removing it from the knuckle nor does the camber adjustment since it is not adjustable.

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This is very true. I don't think a lot of folks believe it though.
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Alignment after bearing replacement

I had my front wheel bearings and hubs replaced at Firestone Auto Center. The service writer specifically said I do not have to have an alignment. The replacements had no impact what so ever to the alignment.
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You'll need to buy a new bearing and hub. I replaced only the bearing and ended up tearing it down a 2nd time to replace the hub because it was bad as well. Replace both at the same time!

As 4DRZ said...Remove the tire, brake caliper, rotor, and axle nut. Then remove the knuckle by removing the two bottom bolts on the shock, tie rod, and lower ball joint. Press the hub out of the knuckle, press the new bearing in the knuckle, and then press the new hub into the knuckle assembly. Install the knuckle in revers order.

It's easy if you're mechanically inclined.
Hello guys, does anyone know the Front axle nut size on a 2001 SE ? I need to replace hub and bearing ,so I am renting the socket form autozone...I do not feel the need to return to the shop multiple times . Thanks in advance.

Also is this a good deal ? http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/i30-i...item2a106b288b
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Just replaced my front passenger wheel bearing this weekend, had a friend do it, $40 for the part, $80 labor, not too bad
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Just replaced my front passenger wheel bearing this weekend, had a friend do it, $40 for the part, $80 labor, not too bad
Thanks ,do you know the axle nut size?
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Just replaced my front passenger wheel bearing this weekend, had a friend do it, $40 for the part, $80 labor, not too bad
Thanks guys , I just did a little search and found out it is 36mm. I am a little rusty to to forum sorry.
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Yes I am starting to hear that "humming" noise and it's driving me crazy! Did anyone reply back at what this should cost...say per wheel?
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What are the symptoms to know your bearings need to be replaced?

I have 85K currently, but honestly I have no idea if they're OK or not.
the wheel will start popping and if you jack the car up, you can shake the wheel.
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I BOUGHT THE WHOLE AXLE WITH HUB AND BOOT FOR 56.00 AT AUTOZONE. MY BOOT WORE OUT AND LEARNED IT WAS EASIER TO REPLCE THAN JUST THE BEARRINGS SINCE i DONT HAVE A PRESS. THATS WHY i AM HERE TO FIND THE PROPER STEPS TO REPLACE
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