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Old 01-06-2010, 10:19 AM   #1
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Default Front Wheel Noise, Wheel Bearing?

1995 GMC Yukon, 4x4, Auto Trans, Auto Hub

I'm getting a noise from the front right, like tire noise, while driving. It feels like a slight drag. I'm wondering if it's the wheel bearing. And if so, where the bearings are so I can pack them. I read through my Haynes manual for an hour last night but never got a clear picture where the bearings are located on the K-Series trucks.

Where are the wheel bearings on the 95 4x4?
Are the wheel bearings packable on the 95 4x4?
Is this an easy enough job or will it require a press to get the bearings in/out?
Do I have to replace the bearings or can I just re-pack?

Any help would be appreciated.
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the wheel bearings on the front are bolted in with 3 15mm bolts after you take the caliber and rotor off you will see them and most likely if it is bad it is going to have to be replaced they are about 160 bucks a bearing but there is no pressing required just take off those three bolts on the axle nut which i believe is a 1 1/4 nut
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front end noise, wheel bearing, wheel noise

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