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Rear Wheel Bearing

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#1 chris1210



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Posted 18 October 2011 - 11:20 AM

Hi all,

After some pleb pulled out on me, causing me to spin and whack a curb, i had to replace both the steel wheel and tyre which got a bit bent. I also had the alignment done at a local garage so good on that front.

But, i now have the rumbling from that wheel and some intermittent 'scraping' when braking at low speeds. I jacked the car up and found a tiny bit of play on the wheel itself so i assume this is a wheel bearing that i've also broken?

Anyone have a guide to fix this on a 2006 1.6 TDCI with rear drums?

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#2 alz


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Posted 18 October 2011 - 05:55 PM

(they need to be pressed out)

if you take your hubs and new bearings. to any garage thay should press them out and press the new ones in for you, (for a fee), the rest of the work is up to you, this way it will keep the cost down..

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