How to Remove a Cadillac Bearing Hub?

Answer The Cadillac bearing hub sits behind the rotor and is a vital part of the wheel assembly. The bearings that keep the wheel moving smoothly around the axle fit inside the bearing hub and can be dama... Read More »

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How to Change a Wheel Hub Bearing on a Cadillac?

A wheel hub bearing is part of a vehicle steering system. The trademark of a bad wheel bearing on a Cadillac is a roaring noise. In addition it may make a grinding noise when making turns. Another ... Read More »

1996 Cadillac Seville Wheel Bearing Instructions?

The 1996 Cadillac Seville came in either of two models: the STS touring sedan or the SLS luxury sedan. Both feature the same 8-cylinder, V-style engine size, but the luxury model is tuned for power... Read More »

How to Use a Pilot Bearing Puller to Remove a Pilot Bearing?

A pilot bearing is a sleeve-type bearing that reduces the amount of friction to which your vehicle's transmission is exposed. The pilot bearing is composed of two parts: the bearing seat and a bear... Read More »

How to Remove a Hub Bearing?

The hub bearing is a series of metal balls sealed inside a metal casement. The bearing fits inside the hub of a vehicle's wheel and allows the wheel to turn on the axle. Occasionally, dirt can coll... Read More »