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Well the cost is location relevant, but there is more to be aware of.
First, brakes need to be done in axle sets, both front or both rear...
Usually there is other damage with wheel cylinder issues, like leaking. Brakes are done when soaked with brake fluid..and need to be replaced.
Also, springs need attention, as overheating happens on OTHER brakes with wheel cylinder issues...
Brake drums need to be resurfaced....
So all of these things take between 2 to 4 hours plus all of the needed parts. The wheel cylinders are not very costly, themselves, but the job and labor sometimes is..
The wheel bearing and hub are made and sold as one unit. Support the vehicle securly, remove the nut connecting the hub to the CV joint, remove the brake caliper and brakes. Remove the 3 bolts in the back of the hub. Use a steering wheel puller to remove the hub. And just as Mr. Haynes says, installation is the reverse of removal. Good Luck.
You may find that you have a horn fuse if you do simply remove it other wise here it is. The horn in my 1994 ford tempo is located behind the right front tire
wheel well. (1) Remove the right front tire. (2)Remove the inside thick
black cardboard protector(A lot of work)(3)Look up inside the fender.
You will see 2 small horns.One marked high(h) and one marked low(l). hope this helps....Good luck!
Your hub assembly is worn out. Your hub assy. is another word for wheel bearing. Check your CV axle condition while you have it up in the air. If your outer boot is torn, replace the axle as well. Don't bother with replacing the boot, the bearings inside are still damaged.