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2007 ford fusion, the hub doesn't wanna come out so I can replace the bearing. Not sure why.

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The hub is pressed into the bearing. If you rare trying to replace the bearing than you will need to pull the knuckle and bring it to a machine shop or an auto shop and have the bearing pressed in and out. You can get the hub out by removing the knuckle and mounting it it a vice. Then use a socket slightly smaller than the inside diameter of the bearing. Place the socket on the backside of the hub and smack it out with a large hammer. You will destroy the bearing whether you have the hub pressed out or you hammer it out.

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SOURCE: NEED TO REPLACE WHEEL HUB BEARING OR ONLY THE BEARING

Front Is pressed into hub & knuckle.Rear is a Hub/Bearing Assembly held in by 4 10mm bolts.Will need to pound out with hammer in rear after bolts come out,lots of rust holding them in.Front Knuckle has to come off,Then a large Snap ring,then press out the hub,then the wheel bearing.Hope this helps

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Sounds like the ABS sensor has failed, or is unplugged. If someone did the work for you, take it back. Otherwise check the sensor on the right front. Replace as necessary. Also ask the Q at MyFordFreestyle.com

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Remove the dust cap.
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Make sure the wheel speed sensor ring is not knocked, damaged and kept free from metal fragments.

Protect the face of the wheel speed sensor ring with a non-ferrous flat block to prevent damage.

Make sure the wheel hub or brake drum is adequately supported and do not allow it to rest on the wheel studs..

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Lightly losen the lug nuts with the tires on the the ground. Jack up the car and remove the tire according to the owner's manual. Make sure to block the wheels. After the tire is removed, release the park brake. Support the car on jack stands. Remove four bolts from the rear of hub. The hub nut will be 29 mm - it is important that you have a tight fit if you attempt to remove the nut.

At this point you MAY have to loosen or remove the remove the emergency brake cable. Either way the hub is ready to be removed. The front of the hub (with the lugs) and the bearing will come out and the back plate and brake shoes will remain in place.

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