How to Replace Rear Wheel Hub and Bearing 03-07 Cadillac CTS

How to Replace Rear Wheel Hub and Bearing 03-07 Cadillac CTS

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If you hear a grinding or groaning noise while your vehicle is rolling, it might have a worn out wheel bearing. A worn bearing can allow the wheel to wobble, creating a host of other issues. To save yourself from more headaches down the road, replace your bearing right away. This video shows you how to install a new TRQ wheel bearing and hub assembly on your 2008-16 Cadillac CTS.

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Salty Tech says:

Yours fell right out huh. I've been back hammering on mine for 2 days.

San Anto says:

Great video, and glad I watched it. No way I am trying to install wheel bearing myself, I taking my caddy to auto shop.

davieboy1970 says:

I would like you to tell me how the hell you even got those wheel bearing bolts out. My axle is right in the way and I cannot get a socket straight on them or a wrench. Even if I push the axle in as far through as I can I still cannot get straight on any of those bolts to get them out

The Matey says:

Excellent video and audio. I have been putting this off for a while as the bearing is fine but the integral magnetic ABS ring is faulty. I am going to follow your clear instructions this morning and get this job out of the way. Thank you for the video and the inspiration. Cheers…. Ian…

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