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I have a 1997 Front wheel drive 3.3l Plymouth voyager. I need to replace the studs on the driver side front wheel. Is there anyone that can help with this.

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Call auto parts store or go there, most have a print out you can get for step-by-step instructions when you buy the parts.

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