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How to remove the inner wheel bearing on 1993 toyota pickup

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SOURCE: How to remove the bearing and seals from rear axle on 1996 toyota

not positive on this model, but most axle bearings are pressed on

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try these websites www.alldatadiy.com and www.autozone.com if all fails stop by your local library and get your hands on a Haynes auto repair manual for your truck wish you the best of luck Michigan Man.

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SOURCE: Noise coming right front wheel. I assume that it

whole assembly has to be changed, the bearing is one non-dissasemblable unit, it has to be pressed out and in. best done by someone who has the right tools.

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You will have to take the wheel hub assembly off the vehicle. Which means you will have to remove the calipers, detach the tie rods, loosen the ball joints, and the strut assembly. Then remove the hub locks and the axle retaining nut. Take the hub and new bearings to a machine shop and have the old ones pressed out and the new ones pressed in. The wheel bearings have to be pressed in and out to prevent any damage to the hub itself.

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