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Can a mechanic damage the hub assembly while repairing the brakes?

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Amanda J. Pierce, MBA Rochelle, If there was not previous damage it may be a possibility the hub assembly could be damaged by the technician. If you are referring to a wheel bearing than no, that usually is a pre-existing fault before the brakes were repaired AJ Pierce

Donna Burmeister, Service Manager at Classic Nissan Anything is possible depending on the qualifications of the technician performing the repairs.

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