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I take it the reason the bearings were changed is because of the shaking or were they making noise?
So can you feel the shake in the steering wheel or only the seat of your pants? The reason I ask is to help isolate where the shaking is coming from,, front or rear of the vehicle.
If you feel it in the steering wheel then it's in the front, seat of pants, rear.
The shake could be caused by many things. I'll assume it's the front. Possible causes;
Wheels out of balance.
Uneven torque on lug nuts.
Shifted belt in tire.
Warped brake rotors.
Rotor installed and the raised rust spot(s) on the rotor to hub interface isn't aligned with the hole(s) in the hub.
Rust on rotor braking surface.
These are the ones I have seen over the years and I'm sure there's more.
jack up car ,remove front wheel ,brake caliper, and rotor, so now you have just studs and backing plate ,with a hammer and punch , drive out broken stud and go to your local parts store with broken part an and lug nut for that wheel, this is the hard part put new stud in hole that you punched the broken one out of and drive it in with a hammer or if you have a stud driver ,as far as it will go ,don't worry if you cant seat it all the way ,when you reassemble everything back on when you tighten lug nuts it will seat it the remander of the way ,BE SURE TO RETORQUE IT AFTER A SHORT DRIVR 20-30 MILES AND RE CHECK IT AT DIFFERNT INTERVlLES to make sure it's seated and tight. ok that's it in a nut shell ,hope this gets it done for you .good luck .
If you can find just the studs and not have to buy the whole hub assembly, screw a lug nut on flush to the stud and drive it out with a hammer, make sure its in a position to have room on the back side. Put in new stud and with a few spacers tighten a lug nut to seat it.
Did it come off because the lug nuts broke off or came loose, or did the hub bearing come apart and cause the wheel, rotor, and brake caliper to come off? If the just the lug nuts just came off and the threads are still ok and there is no damage to the wheel holes put the tire back on with one lug nut from each of the other tires, or use your spare if there is wheel damage. If the wheel studs are damaged and you can get new ones, have them replaced. If the hub brng came apart and the axle (4x4) is ok the brng assembly will need along with all damaged parts. This is a common problem with dodge pu.
you don`t say if its front or rear lug nut(assuming you mean stud).remove the wheel and then the drum or rotor,then take a hammer and hit the broken stud to remove it from the hub assembly.with the correct wheel stud insert it through the hole and make sure its in straight,install the wheel nut and tighten the nut to pull the stud into the hub until all the way in.you may have to install washer on the stud and re-install the nut and tighten until the stud is seated all the way.
Section 04-01: Suspension and Wheel Hubs, Front
1996 Taurus, Sable Workshop Manual
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
Wheel Hub Bolt
Raise vehicle on hoist.
Remove wheel and tire assembly. Refer to Section 04-04 .
Remove disc brake caliper (2B120), and front disc brake rotor (1125). Refer to Section 06-03 .
Brake Shoe and Lining
Remove brake master cylinder filler cap (2162). Check fluid level in brake master cylinder reservoir (2K478). Remove brake fluid until brake master cylinder reservoir is half full. Discard removed fluid.
Raise vehicle on hoist. Refer to Section 00-02 .
Remove wheel and tire assembly from front disc brake rotor mounting face. Use care to avoid damage or interference with disc brake caliper (2B120), front disc brake rotor shield (2K004) or front wheel knuckle (3K185).
Remove rear brake pin retainers (2N386). ( I think it is a T 40 torx bit you need)
NOTE: It is not necessary to disconnect hydraulic connections.
Lift disc brake caliper from front disc brake caliper anchor plate (2B292) and front disc brake rotor (1125). Do not pry directly against metal caliper piston or damage will occur.
Position disc brake caliper out of the way and support with wire to avoid damaging the disc brake caliper and front brake hose (2078).
Remove outer brake shoe and lining (2001) assembly from front disc brake caliper anchor plate.
Remove inner brake shoe and lining assembly.
Position lug bolt (1107) to clear front wheel knuckle (3K185).
Remove lug bolt from wheel hub (1104).
Install lug bolt into wheel hub.
Using a lug nut (1012), seat wheel hub bolt into wheel hub.
Install front disc brake rotor and disc brake caliper. Refer to Section 06-03 .
Install wheel and tire assembly. Tighten lug nut to 115-142Nm (85-104 lb-ft).
Only if there is an Acsess Hole Directly Behind the STUD'S PUNCH THE Broken SHORT one OUT But there May Not Be Enough ROOM FOR the NEW LONG STUD to go in between the HUB & Rotor Check this FIRST If you see GOOD CLEARANCE TO GET The new STUD in Then just Drive the old one out , and Use A LARGER than Stud Nut Or Washers to Pull New Stud Threw some Before Putting Wheel on. Then Put Wheel on And Tighten Wheel , Retorque after a Few Hundred Miles.
The lugs must be pounded out with a heavy mallet, the new ones can be put back in as much as possible, make sure they are straight, and then use your lug wrench to tighten on the lug nut and keep turning until the lug is fully seated.
Well, I can't see the tie rods so I can't help you there. But, if someone placed just one lug nut on the wheel then it probably elongated the slots on the other four holes for the studs. This would make the wheel junk and would need to be replaced. This probably ruined all the threads on the studs also. You are very lucky you did not have an accident related to the wheel. I wish I could see the vehicle, but can't help unless I know the situiation and condition of suspension parts.