Question about 2001 Ford Focus
On most of the newer cars with struts on the front you would jack the car up at that corner and secure with a jackstand, remove tire and wheel,remove the brake caliper and brake rotor, now you can see the hub that holds the wheel bearings. The hub assembly has a large nut securing it onto the spindle and will require an air impact wrench to remove, once this is done the hub and bearings most likely be a non serviceable unit so a new hub assembly will have to be purchased from Ford parts, it may be available aftermarket and have a lower price. Good luck and remember safety and always use jack stands.
Posted on Jan 18, 2013
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