Question about 1991 Toyota Camry
This may be a long job, but this is a pretty good breakdown. First, you will have to remove the wheel, then remove the brake calipers, the calipers should have two bolts on the back side one on one end, and one on the other, and be sure to be careful with your brake lines, they are only rubber. Then, you will have to remove your sway bar. This will be a bar facing out at you, with a small skinny arm reaching down, and bolting to the A arm, or the strut, you can't miss it. You can remove the tie rod from its mount. This is the bar reaching out at you that goes into a connector, and has a small rubber boot on it, you only need to remove it from the small mount, don't take it off, that is how your car is aligned. Then, you will remove the bottom of the strut. It should only be 2 bolts. You will see the spring, and the center piece is the strut, follow it down, and there are your bolts. Then, the hub/rotor assembly will be free hanging. You will push the rotor down toward the ground, while playing with the shaft to get it out of either end. Some vehicles don't have good seals on the axle ends, so make sure you have a drain pan underneath where the axle comes loose from the tranny. Then basically you reverse the removal process, and make sure you keep track of the fluid lost so you can replace it, and make sure you don't leave any bolts loose, this is a critical point in your vehicle. Hope all works well.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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