Hub Bearing Vs. Wheel Bearing?

Answer The bearing assemblies on vehicles allow the wheel to rotate, as well as keeping the wheels adhered to the vehicle's body. Bearing types vary, but all perform the same function.

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How to Replace the Front Wheel Bearing Wheel on a 2005 Dodge Grand Caravan?

If your brakes have recently been serviced but you hear a grinding noise coming from the front end of your 2005 Dodge Grand Caravan it might be time to change the front wheel bearings. The wheel be... Read More »

How to Lube a Wheel Bearing?

The wheel bearing allows a vehicle's wheel to spin in response to the engine and transmission's rotational force. The wheel bearing is packed full of lubricating grease, allowing the mechanism to r... Read More »

How to Replace a Wheel Bearing Hub?

Wheel bearings allow wheels to rotate smoothly and bear all the weight of the axles. The wheel bearing hub typically has outer and inner wheel bearings attached to it, or it merely protects the wh... Read More »

How to Repair a Wheel Hub Bearing?

A vehicle's wheel hub bearing fits inside the hub and allows the tire and wheel to spin easily on the axle without damaging it. It also works as part of an assembly that holds the hub, tire, and wh... Read More »