Cleaning, inspecting and packing wheel bearings were once a common practice when performing brake service. These types of bearings, commonly known as tapered bearings, were exposed when disassembled for easy inspection and service. Today’s technology uses wheel bearing hub assemblies that are sealed, making inspection more difficult. These assemblies not only include the wheel bearing, they also contain electronic sensors for ABS and traction stability systems. Current hub bearing inspections may involve:

Current hub bearing inspections may involve:

  • Line Graph Comparison
  • Scan Tool Diagnostics
  • Chassis Hearing Device
  • Dial Indicator to Determine Lateral Movement
  • Series of Road Test
  • Removal for a Hands-On Inspection
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