How to Change a Wheel Bearing in a 1996 Saturn?

Answer At the first signs of failure, the wheel bearings should be replaced in a 1996 Saturn to avoid excessive wear or possible damage to suspension components. The bearing hub, located inside the steeri... Read More »

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How to Change a Wheel Bearing on a Saturn Vue?

The Saturn Vue employs both front and rear wheel hub bearing assemblies. These assemblies come from the factory complete with unserviceable bearings already pressed into the hub. They require no lu... Read More »

How to Change a Rear Wheel Bearing on a 1996 S10 Blazer?

The rear wheel bearings on a 1996 S10 Blazer are pressed into the outer end of the differential axle tubes. Because changing a rear wheel bearing requires removing the axles from the differential c... Read More »

How to Change the Wheel Bearings in a 1996 Saturn SC2?

Failing wheel bearings can lead to uneven wear or damage to other suspension components. The bearings on a 1996 Saturn SC2 can be changed by most backyard mechanics within a few hours. Unlike other... Read More »

How to Repair a 1993 Saturn SL1 Wheel Bearing?

Driving on worn wheel bearings can be dangerous and excessive wear can occur to other suspension components. On a 1993 Saturn SL1, the front wheel bearings cannot be repaired or replaced individual... Read More »