Recommended For Your 2004 Lincoln Truck Aviator AWDRemove Vehicle
Whether you're planning a skiing excursion or off-roading trip, it's essential that your vehicle's hub assembly is in peak operating condition. A properly working wheel hub assembly (WHA) prevents you from feeling wheel wobbling and vibrations, ensuring a safer and smoother ride. Avoid unwanted growling, rumbling or humming noises when you're turning a corner or rubble-roaming by investing in a high-quality wheel bearing and hub assembly from AutoZone.
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- Part Number: DL515050
- Warranty: 1 YR
- Part Number: 515050
- Warranty: 3 years
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Spending money on a sweet pair of new rims is worthless if your wheel hub assembly is ruined. A defective WHA can be hard to notice, causing minor or even severe damage before corrective action can be made. Fortunately, our experts can tell you how to keep a keen eye on your wheel assembly components and avoid time spent up on blocks.
When cornering or making sharp turns, a faulty wheel hub assembly can cause clicking, popping or snapping noises. While accelerating, a defective WHA can also produce knocking or clunking sounds in the CV-joints or U-joints. And, with a failing WHA, severe looseness related to a bearing can create an abnormal side pull when you apply the brakes. With a brand-new assembly, you no longer have worry about abnormal noises or a faulty connection, ensuring a silent and graceful ride every time.
AutoZone's extensive selection of wheel bearings and hub assemblies spans many specific makes and models. So, whether you want a Chevy Camaro rear hub assembly or a hub bearing assembly for Civic sedans, you can find everything you need at AutoZone. Order online and take advantage of Free Shipping on purchases of $75 or more, or for added convenience, choose Same-Day Store Pick-Up.
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