www.1aauto.com/wheel-bearing-rear-pair/i/1ashs00736?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=videodesc&utm_term=h6OfNMfqyMsnn1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace broken, worn, or vibrating rear axle bearing.
This video is applicable to the 00,01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, Chevy Suburban, or Silverado pickup truck; or GMC Yukon, or Sierrann Instructions:nn1.
Removing the Wheel 0:36n2.
Removing the Brake Pads 0:59n3.
Removing the Brake Rotor 1:43n4.
Removing the Differential Cover 2:15n5.
Cleaning the Differential 5:05n6.
Removing the Axle 5:44n7.
Removing the Axle Bearing 6:45n8.
Installing the New Axle Bearing 7:48n9.
Reinstalling the Axle 8:57n10.
Preparing the Differential Cover 10:45n11.
Reinstalling the Differential Cover 11:04n12.
Refilling the Differential 12:17n13.
Reinstalling the Brake Rotor 13:19n14.
Reinstalling the Brake Pads 14:12n15.
Reattaching the Wheel 14:45n16.
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