how to remove rear wheel bearing on 2002 chevy tracker?

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How to tell if chevy rear wheel bearing is bad?

.....if your lugnuts are tight, a bad bearing will make a noise when going around a turn..........if so, jack the vehicle and see if your wheel has play in it by pulling and pushing the top and bottom of the wheel towards and away from the car......if there's play you need bearings.....

Trackers ?

I think you should go to http://www.tydenbrooks.com/iTracker.aspx then find yourself if those so called i-tracker really works or not? Maybe you should post your p.ox box and get those tracker then you could find the fact in reality. I am the one who is using i-tracker. Please don't be in dilemma ...