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Replacing the front wheel bearings of a Honda Accord 1993 SE

Hi i was wondering if someone can tell me a step by step instruction on how to replace the wheel bearing on a front wheel.

Also do i need any special tools like a Hub press for my model of a car? That's the rumour i heard?

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    Scrambling noise in front-end told it was hubs bearing but feels like tranny how to tell forsure

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Yes you need a press to remove the bearing and hub , you can use the same hub as long as where the hub goes into the bearing is not scored in any way . the knuckle would have to be taken off and sent to a machine shop if you done have a press. and you should also use caution when putting the nut back on thr axle.

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