Common Wheel Hub Problems For The Ford Explorer

If you have a Ford Explorer, odds are you’ll experience issues with wheel hubs at some point. Here’s a list of symptoms related to wheel bearing failure on Ford Explorers, as well as some diagnostic tips, repair info, recommended parts, and background information.

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Common Wheel Hub Problems For The Jeep Wrangler

If you have a Jeep Wrangler, odds are you’ll experience issues with the wheel hubs at some point. Here’s a list of symptoms related to wheel hub failure on the Jeep Wrangler, as well as some diagnostic tips, repair info, recommended parts, and background information.

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Common Wheel Hub Problems For The Chevy Impala

If you have a Chevy Impala, you may experience issues with a wheel hub at some point. When that time comes, it’s important to know what signs to watch for, and how to address the issue. This guide includes a list of symptoms related to wheel hub failure on the Chevy Impala, as well as…

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What Damage Can Potholes Cause To Your Vehicle

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You’re driving down the street when suddenly, without warning, your car is jarred by a hard impact. You hit something, but it wasn’t another car or person. It was a pothole. A lot of drivers would brush it off as no big deal. It’s only a pothole, right? Well, it can be a big deal.…

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What Causes U-Joint Failure?

When a u-joint fails, it can cause a vehicle to lose control and leave the driver stranded. There are potentially many other undesirable consequences. This is why understanding what causes u-joint failure is important for safe driving.

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Wheel Bearing Preload And Load Paths

When you replace a wheel bearing, sometimes you need to preload the new bearing. This video explains what it means to preload a wheel bearing and why it’s important to check the vehicle’s wheel alignment too:

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A Guide To Wheel Bearing Grease

Wheel bearings turn at high speed. A good quality wheel bearing (like GMB wheel bearings) has a very refined design. The design allows for minimal friction and maximum longevity. Yet, wheel bearing grease is always necessary. Grease should be packed into the wheel bearing and the following areas: The housing The wheel end’s inside surfaces…

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