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post #21 of 36 Old 06-20-2019, 08:04 AM
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If the previous bearings had rings you commonly reuse them to read the ring, depends on the sensor design. If just the bearing you are supposed to pay attention to which side goes toward the sensor, the bearing shield color tells you. Black or dark gray is the side read by sensor.

The odds of getting a new bearing back out and back in again are not good, commonly destroyed removing it.
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Hopefully you or a shop will start by looking into what shares the same circuit with the dash cluster.

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(chuckling to self), doesn't just about everything on a car tie into cluster circuits?

If the wheel sensors are 2 wire you can test them by spinning wheel and wires hooked up to an old analog VOM if you have one lying around. Why I keep mine, good for reading crank and cam sensors too. Use VOM set at as low a d/c volt as it will go.

Problem is likely the work there if the problem showed up after. Not big on Master Pro bearings after getting ones that had zero grease in them. I only buy the upper end brands now at $50 each, those never fail, the cheap crap $25 ones will fail at a 50% rate. I prefer to install wheel bearings to never have to do it again.
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(chuckling to self), doesn't just about everything on a car tie into cluster circuits?
I was thinking in terms of power for the cluster given the OP describes it as being dead.

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No problem, I was just being facetious.

BTW I love your pic there, my favorite OG character............that look just makes me forget everything that is bad in the world.
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If the previous bearings had rings you commonly reuse them to read the ring, depends on the sensor design. If just the bearing you are supposed to pay attention to which side goes toward the sensor, the bearing shield color tells you. Black or dark gray is the side read by sensor.

The odds of getting a new bearing back out and back in again are not good, commonly destroyed removing it.
If the bearings are going to get destroyed at this point any way I’d rather just replace the part that contains the bearings instead of (the pain in the ass of)pressing it again. I don’t have the VOM or tools to connect directly to the speed sensor. Can you tell me the name of the part that the bearing is in? I already have to replace the control arm on one side any way because I tore the ball joint while trying to replace the bearings. I am a novice, I’m slowly learning from my mistakes.
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Can't tell you spit without a model and year and options.

You should also know that when you buy the combined bearing plus this or that the bearing typically used in those is worst of the worst as far as quality goes. I used to sell them. One way to tell is to assume the bearing by itself at $25 for low quality one and $50 for high and work that against the price of the combined part, that gives you some clue.
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Can't tell you spit without a model and year and options.

You should also know that when you buy the combined bearing plus this or that the bearing typically used in those is worst of the worst as far as quality goes. I used to sell them. One way to tell is to assume the bearing by itself at $25 for low quality one and $50 for high and work that against the price of the combined part, that gives you some clue.
I’ll do the comparison on price against the combined part as soon as I can figure out the part name. I’ve got a 2016 Nissan Versa Note SV. Thanks for the help.
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Many choices are simply for bearing only and you have to have it pressed into the other part. I found one place listing a hub assembly for the front. The rear bearing presses into the drum if drum brake.

Car still new enough maybe all the choices have not matured into being yet, it can take up to 4 years to do that. The copyright of basic specs takes like 2 years to release to begin with before aftermarket can even begin to make it.

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If the wheel bearing retainer got bent, would this also cause the same symptoms and error codes?
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