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Possible rear bearings

I have a hyundai elantra 2001. I have replaced the right rear brakes, rotor and brake cylinder. I am still getting a noise from that area that sounds like a jet engine. What could possible solve this problem, and how do you replace the rear bearings on this car?

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Take drum off,cap and center bolt off hub bearing assembly,pull hub out install new one

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