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Are a bearing and C-clip all you need to replace a from wheel bearing?

I need to double check this. My front wheel bearing is busted(by someone eles analysis) on a citroen picasso 2006. I have bought a bearing kit consisting of the bearing, a c clip and a nut. I will ...
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New pads and rotors, left side squeaks when turning right

I replaced my front rotors and pads on my 1993 Saturn SL(2?) and made sure I used the supplied silicone grease on the contact points, back of the pads and slider bolts. I made sure the wear indicators ...
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Nissan Maxima (1998) Grinding noise from passenger side - Multiple parts replaced but noise is worse now

My other half and I were on a drive Friday night and we could feel the car start to steer itself and felt a wobbling sensation with a grinding noise soon after that. My other half pulled over and ...
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installing new wheel bearings motorbike

I replaced the wheel beaings on my rear wheel and the bike runs fine. When I installed the new bearings I couldn't turn the inner race by hand (almost like it was touching the spacer). It turns and ...
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Why is my car struggling when it gets hot? (breaks, bearings, transmission…?)

If this is TMI, let me know and I'll try to simplify. I have a 2003 Cadillac CTS with about 205k miles I recently had the master cylinder and brake booster replaced. When it was finished, the brakes ...
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Humming noise at 40km/h and up. Tires? Wheel bearings?

02 Honda Civic SiR with Goodyear Eagle Sport All Season tires. I've been getting a humming noise at about 40km/h and higher. I changed over from winter tires about a month ago, but I can't recall ...
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How to know if bearing is damaged in my case?

I'm about to get some wheel studs replaced and this requires the wheel bearing to be pressed out first as you cannot really access the studs without removing the bearing. My mechanic said he might ...