If I need to replace a hub assembly in the front, should I do both? on 1997 Lincoln Continental

when getting my tires rotated, i was told the front drivers side was going. But have had the car 9 years and don't remember ever changing them.

by in Kenner, LA on September 04, 2012
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2 answers
ANSWER by , September 05, 2012
Either way, they both have the same mileage on them,one would think, so that is up to you, but the other one may run a long time. The only thing is you will have to visit the shop again IF it does go out. Get a good quality part, lots of junk out there. NAPA first line, or dealer, I think is a good choice.
ANSWER by , September 05, 2012
i would repl one at a time it it were me. its not like your saving money by doing them at the same time. besides the other could last another yr or so,u never know