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You have to remove the front bumper cover. Put the car on jack stands (the front) and remove the inner fender plastic. You'll need a long extension and a 10mm socket to remove the nuts and bolts holding the bumper cover in place. Once the cover is off removal of the headlight becomes obvious.
The problem is electrical. The speedometer/odometer box needs to be removed from behind the steering wheel (or after removing the steering wheel)...The bulbfuses behind the panel need to be changed and new electrical connections made for the speedometer/odometer to work.
The lug nuts are the only thing holding the wheel on, aside from a little rust in some cases. Stand in front of the tire facing away from it, try giving it a swift kick on the edge. Of course, you must exercise caution when doing this. Be sure the vehicle is properly supported and won't fall the jack stand.
just unscrews ,its on the diff housing but i cant remember which side of the diff housing as we only have manuals here in spain and they only have a 1.6 engine ,Got caught out here once before on emmissions on these cars ,and the fact that it was a californian vehicle ,our models still had carbs wand this one although it was a 91 had multipoint injection
The wheel bearing assy is pressed into the hub---you need to remove the front hub assy and take it to a parts store that has a machine shop----or you go to a salvage yard and buy a used hub and install it--way easier...