How to Replace Front Hub Bearing 14-17 Chevy Silverado

How to Replace Front Hub Bearing 14-17 Chevy Silverado

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1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace a worn out, vibrating or groaning wheel bearing hub. This video is applicable to the 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, Chevy Silverado

This process should be similar on the following vehicles:
2014 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
2016 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
2017 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

🔧 List of tools used:
• Pry Bar
• 15mm Socket
• 35mm Socket
• Brake Caliper Hanger
• Needle nose pliers
• Needle nose pliers
• 1/2 Inch Air Impact Gun
• T30 Socket
• 1/2 Inch Breaker Bar
• A Piece of Pipe (for leverage)
• Ratchet
• Socket Extensions
• Torque Wrench
• Anti-Seize Grease
• Brake Parts Cleaner
• Cloth Rags
• Rust Penetrant
• Center Punch
• File
• Hammer
• Pick
• Wire Brush


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Robert Bear says:

Is it a good idea to replace both front hubs if one goes bad?

Weizen says:

FYI disconnect your battery before you unplug anything because It may send an error code to your computer and it will cost around $200 just to reset it.

ECC says:

I use an ole c clamp and the old pad to push it back

D0wnbyth3riv3r says:

I just replaced both of my hub bearing assemblies yesterday on my 2017 Silverado. I am now getting a stabilitrack code and an abs light on my dash. Is that something that can be reset with a scan tool?

Flavio cesar says:

I followed every step and it went smoothly but now my abs light and stabilitrak is on and wont turn off, what might be wrong?

Wild Bill says:

Going to be doing this over the weekend. How much do you want to bet mine doesn't come off that easily.

Farm Fitness Pham says:

he a pro or he have done this so many times for the video he kno what he doing

Austin Allen says:

Where can I get all the torque specs for my vehicle

NordicJord says:

With parts, does it matter between trim models? I have a 2015 high country silverado 4 wheel drive.

Eddie G says:

Thanks for this. I just had an alignment done on my truck a week before replacing the passenger bearing. Should i need a alignment again? 2016 sierra

Nick Mason says:

would a bad hub cause the abs light to come on?

Guillotines For Globalists says:

Is the socket required 35mm or 36mm? Everything that I've found online says 36mm.

Derrick h says:

Why wasn't the caliper taken off all in one step/piece?

Anthony Gonzalez says:

Is it the same for the rear wheels?

Annabelle Frailey says:

How long of a job is this? Trying to get an idea of what I’m looking at for labor before I call the shop as I don’t have the tools to do this myself. Thanks for any info!

Scott Habeck says:

I don't know who taught this guy to use a hammer on a threaded shaft without using the nut to protect the threads and end of the shaft so you don't mushroom the end of the shaft. Also if you look at the rotor there is a threaded hole that you can put a bolt in and tighten up to break the rotor loose.

tkenietz says:

A link to the bolts please?

Jessie Barker says:

Hey sir or anybody I have ?? I have a 02 Silverado an the cv axles has play I’ve changed the axles do u think it’s the hub

Martin Gravel says:

Thank you for your video

Charlie B. says:

This is fake!!! He's not dirty, hasn't said one cuss word, or thrown a wrench.

joe hendrix says:

Are the bearings inside the hub not serviceable? I mean its a $150 hub vs a $20 bearing that goes inside it.

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