After removal, installing both the rear and front wheel bearings can be done by most DIY mechanics without visiting a professional mechanic. The front bearings must be installed in the steering knuckle, while the rear bearings come already installed inside the wheel hub. The bearings and suspension components must be installed using the proper torque measurements to avoid excessive wear or damage to the suspension system.
Tools Used: Tools, Torque wrench, Socket set, Hydraulic press, Flat-head screwdriver
Install Wheel Bearings
Front Wheel Bearings
Force the new wheel bearing hub into the center hole on the steering knuckle using a hydraulic press.