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Installing propshaft centre support on Hummer H2

Transmission Technician
Kenneth Wright
Wondering how to replace propshaft centre support in your car, you can see instructions how to change propshaft centre support easy and efficient way!
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How do you grease on a Hummer H2 center bearings?

How to lubricate a driveshaft center support bearing on a Hummer H2. Several pumps until the bearing feels like it's full of grease and grease starts to come out around the dust flinger. Pull it back out again.

How do you test a driveshaft center support bearing on a 2022 Hummer H2?

Truck Drive Train Noises? Check the Drive Shaft Carrier Bearing! Hey friends it's Bolin here from 1a auto today we made our way underneath of a pickup truck because we wanted to talk to you about a rear driveshaft carrier bearing okay so if we're starting at the.

What is drive shaft connected on a Hummer H2 2008?

The drive shaft is a spinning tube that connects to the rear of the transmission and transmits the spinning power that began in the engine to the back of the vehicle at the differential (more on that in a bit). Drive shaft designs come in two types: torque tube and Hotchkiss.

What are the types of defects in bearing that we need to be aware of on a Hummer H2?

Bearing Failure: Why Bearings Fail & How You Can Prevent It
  • Lubrication Failure. Lubrication should be one of the first points considered in troubleshooting a bearing failure
  • Contamination & Corrosion
  • Misalignment
  • Distorted Components
  • Poor Fitting
  • Fatigue
  • Inadequate Internal Clearance

How much does a drivetrain repair cost on a 2020 Hummer H2?

On average, you can expect to pay anywhere from $400 to $1,260 total but it can easily approach close to $2,000 for some vehicles. If you have a four-wheel drive vehicle, you may have two driveshafts but in most cases, only one will need to be replaced.

How do I know if my Hummer H2 carrier bearing is bad?

Symptoms of Bad Carrier Bearings and U-Joints
  1. Vibration Under Acceleration. If the carrier bearing loosens, it can separate from the bracket and clunk as the driveshaft spins
  2. Spinning or Grinding Noise Under the Vehicle

How much does it cost to fix a drive shaft bearing on a Hummer H2 2007?

The average cost for carrier bearing replacement is between $286 and $372. Labor costs are estimated between $132 and $166 while parts are priced between $154 and $205. This range does not include taxes and fees, and does not factor in your specific vehicle or unique location.

How much does it cost to fix a bent prop shaft on a Hummer H2?

You can get a remanufactured lower unit for $900 - $1100 or so (plus the cost of a prop). The shaft alone is $240 or so, add seals, bearings, and a whole slew of little parts that could be damaged by whatever bent the shaft and prop.

How do driveshafts get damaged on a 2006 Hummer H2?

Lack of lubrication can cause damage to the driveshaft and its components. High-use driveshafts should be inspected regularly since they can wear prematurely due to excessive movement.

How much does it cost to fix a tailshaft on a Hummer H2?

The average replacement cost for a drive shaft replacement ranges from between $300-$750 depending on the make and model of your car while a car axle boot repair can be anywhere from $100-300+.
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Comments on how to fix propshaft centre support on a Hummer H2:
Just a little advice for pressing bearings on. Always use an even amount of pressure around the bearing from a socket-like device, bits of old pipe or a carefully machined bit are the way to go.
Strange ending to that one young man, You have some nice tools there mate that makes a big difference, even the rothenburge gas torch.. nice job mate.
Great video Austin
I did my bearings about a month ago. What an absolute pig. Everything fought me. Almost all Torques bolts rounded off so had to remove the whole bracket then weld and remove them once out. Broke two of the flange bolts gearbox side. Luckily there are six holes on the flange and the bolts that broke where in a position I could just rotate it and use the other holes wasn't in the mood for drilling them out. The splines wouldn't seperate. the bearings wouldn't pull off so had to grind them off.
He says to his 'helper'...'careful careful' and picks up a carpenters hammers and uses a screw driver as a drift.
Good video, thanks. I need to do one of the prop bearings on my 2008 Transit long wheelbase - but there seem to be 30mm and 35mm bearing variants. Without taking it off first, is there any way of knowing which one I need? Thanks again Sam
Those T40 bearing carrier bolts are a pain. I changed mine for hex head bolts - makes your life easier next time you have to do it.
yo if anyone couloda seen me ... basically bendstroying thatbgod damned heat sheild for the front portion. not to metion my rooster 'blahahahh; balahahah, ' in mynfucking ear like the wicked witches half retarded cousin ... day and half on my own getting parts and changing the carrier and semi staright piping the exhaust
Got to love the scudo man!
Sorry for the ending guys. Lol didn't realise I had a phantom bit at the end. Lol.
Great vlog Austin and one of your best for the camera work,it's was crystal clear viewing
Thank you very much for your time making this video, very informative :D cheers!
Hi Mate Hopefully should last a while now the new bearing has a deflector Shield on it. Best wishes Tim
Well done mate, good job, I havent got the patience for that these days, rather get someone else to do it lol. Done my time in the freezing snow trying to get a customers car sorted so they could go to work the next day! Bloody midnight i was still at it lol. Never again. Nice dry comfy interiors now, thats about my limit. Nice 4 minutes of inky blackness and music at the end lol.
Informative but quite misleading video, in my case the bearings on my van had never been changed, so the prop shaft was seized onto the universal joint. I ended up having to use two blow torches to heat the yoke on the universal joint and then hammer it off the prop. This may not be the case with every van. But I don’t want anyone else to make the same mistake I did, by assuming it would go as smoothly as it does in the video, I ended up spending most of the day on the job