Question about 1984 Toyota Celica Supra
I need to know how to change rear wheel bearing on the driverside of my toyota supra
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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