Question about 2003 Toyota Corolla
If the hose kinked or twisted it may be collapsed inside, I would replace it and go from there.
Posted on May 12, 2009
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Well you have to remove the whole assembly
With a 30mm deep socket , remove the axle nut, do this before jacking the car up...
Then jack the car up and remove the wheel.
Then the tie rod end , brake caliper and lower ball joint.
Remove the cross bolt and brake hose bolt on the strut.
pull the assembly off of the strut.
The you need a press to press the old bearing out after you remove the inner snap ring.
press the new bearing in and install a new outer seal and a new snap ring.
reassemble and if you are using a new hub pull it onto the bearings with the axle nut
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