How to Remove the Hub Bearing on a 1996 Dodge Ram?

Answer The 1996 Dodge Ram has two front wheel bearings on each hub. Each hub has an inner and an outer, tapered conical wheel bearing, with a separate pressed-in race for each bearing. The bearings should... Read More »

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How to Remove the Hub Bearing on a Dodge 4X4?

The hub bearing on a Dodge 4x4 truck allows the front rotors to spin on the front spindles. These bearings cam stick or freeze, and if they do, then the front wheel could potentially lock up and ca... Read More »

How to Remove the Front Wheel Drive Bearing Assembly on a Ford Contour 1996?

Replacing the front-wheel-drive hub bearing in your 1996 Ford Contour requires some specialized equipment that is not normally in the average home mechanics garage. The most cost effective way to a... Read More »

How to Remove a 98 Dodge Ram Rear Wheel Bearing?

The rear wheel bearing on the 1998 Dodge Ram is part of the wheel hub assembly and is designed to make the wheel hub run smoothly on the rear axle. The rear wheel bearing is made of several small m... Read More »

How to Remove the Rear Wheel Bearing From a Dodge Grand Caravan?

The Dodge Grand Caravan features rear wheel bearing hub assemblies. These non-serviceable bearing assemblies include the hub and lug studs, the internal bearings and the speed sensor/ABS brakes int... Read More »