Question about 1993 Toyota Corolla
I need to know how to change the driverside wheel bearing on a 93 toyota corolla
I just changed mine, maybe I can offer some help. The bearing is pressed into the steering knuckle, so more than likely you will need the assistance of a machine shop. First loosen the axle nut (rented large socket at local auto parts store), and remove the brake caliper. Hang the caliper with a coat hanger or similar so as not to damage the brake line. Then I removed the bolt on the tie rod end, and the 3 bolts from the ball joint to the lower control arm.
Then removed the 2 bolts on the strut so I then had the entire steering knuckle to take to the machine shop. I did attempt to hammer out the bearing myself. The bearing innards came out and I was still left with having to press out the remainder.
Make sure you get the bearing seals from the parts store. I wasn't aware on my first trip to the store, and they didn't suggest it.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
Need to take wheel off and take the 3 or4 bolts out of bearing also may need to take axle nut off should come off with ahammer.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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