Trying to do a front wheel speed sensor fix as my 2009 has the ABS engaging at slow speeds while stopping. I checked and there is plenty of rust on the hub. Pretty sure this thread describes my fix forums.trailvoy.com/showthread.php?t=94580
So I jack up the front end, remove the tire...
I'm replacing passenger side front CV axle and need the following torque specs..
Caliper bracket bolts
Caliper guide pin bolts
Lug nuts (103?)
Lower ball joint
Upper ball joint
strut mounting bolts
Sooner the better, luckily I don't have to go anywhere until the 2nd.
Anyone had to use hub-centric rings when going with 22s or 24s? A guy i spoke with said there's a possibility of having vibration over a certain speed if you don't use these rings when using a larger center bore aftermarket wheel
This site has been very beneficial for a variety of repairs: front brakes and outer tie rod to name two. Now looking to repair vibrations, excessive road noise that I believe may be hub bearings. 2006 Envoy 4WD, 125K miles. Thanks for all your help.
I changed both wheel bearing hub assemblies and CV half shafts on my 2006 trailblazer. Everything went together as expected. When I started the engine, the ABS light, the Stabilitrak service light and Stabilitrak indicator light stay on. I verified that both connectors plugs were plugged in...
1.Car pulls to the left
2.Vibration/Light Growling around 40MPH
3.Shakes at 80MPH
4.Rubbing noise from Drivers side wheel well turning right or left
5.Left and right tires squeal around every turn.
A.Balanced all tires and inflated to exact tire inflation.