You can use a puller on the rear, the front since you aren't AWD is just 3 bolts
Left rear wheel bearing went bad on my '10 RWD this week at 42,000 miles. Dealer is changing it today under warranty. Should both sides be changed as a rule or is one ok?
The bolt to get the hub nut off is a 36MM
I use a long truck prybar between to of the studs and the ground to prevent the hub from moving.
Also for the three 13MM bolts in the back its works out best if you turn the wheel to get them out.
Just a few things I learned today!!
Do you know if GM used loc-tite on any of the hub bolts? My buddy is telling me I will need to use heat
to get them off. I have never applied heat to any bolts for fear of ruining something!
Xtant12 can you describe this in more detail if possible: I use a long truck prybar between to of the studs and the ground to prevent the hub from moving.
I can't seem to visualize how you locked the hub down to prevent from moving.
^ He`s telling you to put the prybar parallel against the hub with one end on the ground, when you rotate the hub nut, the hub will turn only until the wheel studs jamb against the bar. Hub stops turning, nut comes off
Visualize a yard stick placed flat across the face of a wall clock ( the #`s are the studs) The stick crosses the face diagonally under 8 & 2.
When you spin the face CCW, the bar hits 8 and 3
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