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Thread: 01 deville drivers rear wheel bearing replacement.

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    01 deville drivers rear wheel bearing replacement.

    Is there a good video out there on how to replace the rear drivers hub? I saw a video on a Buick that I believe is similar.

    I think its pretty simple after you remove the rotor, some bolts and it pops off.


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    Re: 01 deville drivers rear wheel bearing replacement.

    I am sure there is a youtube video somewhere (there is for everything else), but it is pretty straight forward (same as the Buick).

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    Re: 01 deville drivers rear wheel bearing replacement.

    What makes you think the hub bearing is bad?
    This says the 2001 is different than what I wrench on.
    http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums...e-bushing.html
    There are good pictures.
    Last edited by amunderdog; 07-16-13 at 11:19 AM.

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    Re: 01 deville drivers rear wheel bearing replacement.

    I hear and feel a crunching from the rear while in motion. I removed the wheels and found no noises while I spun the wheel by hand, not loose either. I'm sure the weight of the car has to be on it.


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