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How to Replace a Wheel Hub Assembly

A wheel hub assembly is a vital part on a vehicle, particularly in regards to how the vehicle feels while driving and how it handles.

How to Replace a Wheel Stud

Wheel studs are designed to hold the wheels onto a drive or idler hub.

How to Replace the Rear Hub Bearing on a Ford Explorer

Automotive wheel bearings are a very important component on a vehicle.

How Long Does a Wheel Hub Assembly Last?

The wheels that are on a vehicle are vital in its overall level of functionality.

How Long Does a Wheel Seal Last?

The wheels of a car are very important in regards to getting the car moving.

How Long Does a Wheel Speed Sensor Last?

With all of the sensors and switches that a card has, it can be very overwhelming when trying to keep up with them all.

How Long Does a Wheel Stud Last?

The tires on a car are among the most important parts.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Wheel Stud

Wheel studs are designed to keep your tire/wheel combination safely secured to your car, truck or SUV.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Wheel Speed Sensor

Drivers across the US would be prone to multiple speeding tickets without the important assistance of the wheel speed sensor.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Wheel Hub Assembly

Today's modern cars, and those manufactured after 1997 are equipped with a single bearing and hub assembly that is attached to each wheel and tire on a vehicle.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Wheel Seal

Prior to 1998, most vehicles sold in the United States included a two-piece wheel bearing system that attached each tire/wheel combo to the vehicle.

Symptoms of Bad or Failing Wheel Bearings

One of the most overlooked yet highly critical parts of the drive-axle and steering assembly are the wheel bearings.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Speed Sensor

The transmission speed sensors are used to calculate the actual gear ratio of the transmission while in use.

Is It Safe to Drive With a Damaged Wheel Bearing?

In order for your wheels to turn, they need bearings.

Is it Safe to Drive With a Worn Wheel Bearing?

A wheel bearing is a set of steel balls held together by a steel ring.

Is it Safe to Drive With a Wheel Nut Missing?

A wheel nut can go missing due to wheels being mounted at different temperatures, not tightened down enough, or tightened too much.

Is it Safe to Drive With a Wheel Bearing Gone?

The wheel bearings in your vehicle works with the tire, hub, and wheel to make a smooth ride while you are driving down the road.

How to Buy a Good Quality Wheel Speed Sensor

For vehicles that have anti-lock brakes, the wheel speed sensor plays an important role.

How to Buy Good Quality Wheel Bearings

Sometimes you can get by with a part on your car being in semi-good condition.

What Causes a Car to Shake?

You’re driving down the interstate, and as you come up to cruising speed, the steering wheel starts to vibrate in your hands.

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