Question about Toyota Corolla
If you dont have the tools forget it ,not a diy weekend job.remove the centre hub by removing the suspension and lower track arm take out retaining circlip .VERY BIG HAMMER remove bearing and use use old bearing casing to hammer in the new bearing .press is better ,this is not a weekend mechanic job
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
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