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Boxster s wheel bearing

Andrew Thwaites

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Hi guy my 2002 boxster has developed a wheel bearing noise from the ns/r. How easy are they change/adjust? Also where would the new bearing cost roughly.

Migration info. Legacy thread was 44921
 
i would'nt recommend you try it at home - it takes about 3 hours and the bearing should cost around 50 quid

Migration info. Legacy thread was 44963
 
Is that kind of thing covered by warranty?

Migration info. Legacy thread was 44966
 
yes - if car has extended or manafacturers warranty

Migration info. Legacy thread was 44973
 
I am fully qualified technician so i dont mind having a struggle are there any special tools needed.

Migration info. Legacy thread was 45463
 
only a slide hammer or a press (whichever way you want to do it) and obviously a f***ing big torque wrench 450nm for the rear hub nut


Migration info. Legacy thread was 45558
 

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