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Re: 1984 toyota supra rear wheel bearing
First remove hubcap (if any) then remove the wheel. remove the drum, and you will see the hub/bearing unit, it should be bought at a Toyota dealer as a whole kinda pricey, but always try to stay with OEM. look behind the hub and as you turn the hub(where the 4 lugs are) you will see 4 other 14mm bolts on the black backing plate. remove them and it should come out. if not, a little tap with a rubber mallet will do the trick. the 2 holes on top are spaced further than the 2 bottom holes, so careful while installing. hand tighten all bolts first then tighten to specs. good luck
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My first thought would be a bad sensor. Possibly crank shaft position sensor which provides spark to ignition. have you changed your fuel filter and cap and rotor on the distributor? Have you checked for any vacuum leaks? Is the check/service engine light on? You can test any sensor and RELAY with an ohmmeter in the ohm setting to see if there is continuity. You can go to autozone.com and register for full free online repair manual for your supra.
The rear wheel bearing on a toyota camry is replaced by replacing the wheel bearing and hub as a unit. this is a design change as compare to older models with two piece wheel bearings. Scotch drive wheels. Remove rear wheel. Remove rear brake drum. (note: if emergency brakes are applied you will not be able to remove brake drum) Remove dust cap and hub retaining nut. Hub should slide off as unit. Replace hub with new unit. Installation is reverse of removal.
camp5tn1: yes, the front wheel bearing is one large bearing which must be pressed out. "O"Reilley's and number of other automotive parts house will do this pretty cheap. It's not worth the hassle unless you have the proper tools. Just remove the whole steering knuckle with the bearing in it, minus the axle and carry it down to them.
I have a similar problem with my car and it is linked to the rear trailing arm bushes which cause the rear tyres to warp on the inner side of the tyre wall which makes this wuring noise at certain speeds so have them checked out!
You said you replaced the plugs - did you use the toyota platinum plugs? I found out the hard way that even the platinum plugs from bosch or any other kind of platinum plug just doesn't work right. Yes, they are more expensive from toyota, but they can make a difference in the way the engine runs.