Wheel hub assembly. About 150-300 depending on where you get it and
quality level of the part.
Make sure it is the core first it is NOT fun to change a core and then
find out that it was really a stuck blend door or a bad thermostat.
I would take the hoses of the heater core and try to push some
compressed air threw it to see if it is plugged. If it isn't
leaking and it isn't plugged it should be ok problem maybe something
else. How warm is the engine temp? Maybe thermostat.Maybe a leak some
were else that isn't real noticeable. Could do a pressure check on
system before talking it apart to look for leeks. Also check for
vacuum leaks to make sure you vents are operating and the dampers are
moving. You should be able to hear if they move..
If the hub assembly isn't federal mogul, or Timken, don't waste your money
your time. There is a ton of junk coming out of china. Might explain why
Toyota has had rear bearing failures and wheel assemblies coming off.
Mitsubishi has had the same problems, be very leery of any cab over mitsi
front wheels coming off because of bearing failures, law suit going on in
mitsi has been covering up defects and not recalling vehicles.
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