How to Replace Front Wheel Bearing Chrysler Town & Country

How to Replace Front Wheel Bearing Chrysler Town & Country

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This video goes over how to replace your front wheel bearing on a 2006 Chrysler Town & Country or Plymouth Voyager. Bolt and sizes may vary, but the process is basically the same for any 1996-2007 model. Once done, it is a good idea to pump the brakes before moving the vehicle. This procedure would be the same for the left or right front wheel bearing. You don’t want to over tighten, but it’s better than it coming loose! Wheel bearings come with either a 1 year or 3 year warranty. If you live in a state without a lot of rust or corrosion, this should be a pretty straight forward process. If not, a hammer or a bearing puller/axle puller set would be helpful. These can be bought and then returned at most major auto parts chain stores as loaner tools so you are not charged. The 32mm nut should be torqued 120 to 140 ft pounds.

Tools needed:

Jack and Jackstands
Socket Set
SK Wrenches
Penetrating Lube
Screwdriver Set
Torque Wrench
Pry Bar
Air Impact


Front Wheel Bearing

These are the tools we used or something that’s similar. There are many manufacturers and various prices. It’s a good idea to buy the better tool with the best warranty and easiest exchange in case of tool failure.


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Shawn Jackson says:

I have a 08 town and country I m going to give it a shot. Never did this job before but I have to have faith and belive I can do it in Jesus Christ name.

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