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Re: OT toyota sienna bearing

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Jim WI

12-28-2012 10:08:07

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Google is your friend...

It sounds like the best thing to do is take the hub assembly to a part store and have them do the pressing in and out.

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12-28-2012 10:31:46

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 Re: OT toyota sienna bearing in reply to Jim WI, 12-28-2012 10:08:07  
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i think that is what I am going to do - I was able to get some good information about removing it - which I think I am going to be able to do - the removal and replacement of the hub and bearing I am going to leave to someone else mainly because I dont have the correct tools for the job - I was quoted about $500 for bearing hub replacement and I am sure a large proportion of this was the labor which I can do.

Of course the weather is against me - this is when I really wish I had a nice dry garage to do the work in - crawling around on wet dirt in the freezing cold is not my idea of fun.

The sienna is still chugging along - it is using up a lot of oil, has a leaky valve cover, and the check engine light is constantly on due to cat not working right - but so far has not died on us.


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12-28-2012 11:39:43

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 Re: OT toyota sienna bearing in reply to Britcheflee, 12-28-2012 10:31:46  
When working out side card board is your friend. Find a far sized box open both ends and lay it on the ground then use that to sit kneel what ever on and you will be a whole lot warmer BTDT way way to many times. Same if you have to go under a car or truck a box like with a washer or dryer comes in works great to lay on

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