Do I need an alignment after replacing rear wheel bearings?

Do I need an alignment after replacing rear wheel bearings?

Anytime the steering/suspension system has been taken apart for whatever reason, its always a good idea to have alignment checked. You shouldn’t have to have an alignment after a bearing/axle.

How much does Subaru charge for wheel bearing?

What’s the cost for wheel bearing replacement on my Subaru For a national average across all vehicles, the average cost to replace the wheel bearings (for 1 wheel) is about $350.

How long does it take to fix a car wheel bearing?

If it is a wheel bearing in the rear, it may take anywhere from 15 to 45 minutes and if the hubs and wheel bearing is permanently bolted to the car it can take 20 minutes to an hour. Front-wheel bearings can take from 30 minutes to 1 hour and 30 minutes, all depending on your mechanic.

How long do wheel bearings last Subaru Outback?


Do you need an alignment after replacing hub?

The hub replacement shouldn’t change the alignment.

What to do about Subaru’s stubborn rear bearings?

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How do you raise the Jack on a Subaru Outback?

Raise the Subaru vehicle with a jack, place the vehicle on jack stands and lower the jack until the vehicle’s weight is supported by the stands. Remove the nuts from the rear wheel with a wheel wrench.

How do you remove a rear wheel bearing?

Thrust the hammer slide outward until you have removed the wheel bearing hub. Pry off the snap ring and remove the inner seals from the housing of the bearing. Use the OTC 311882 tool to remove the rear wheel bearing. Use a wrench to secure the nut located on rear of the bearing housing before removing the bearing.