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remove axle nut, remove lower ball joint nut, pop drive shaft loose with punch or wood dowel , pop lower ball join from knuckle pull up push axle out of knuckle , pull back knuckle and tie in place pop out axle with big screwdriver or pry bar ,remove seal replace.
raise you vehicle on jackstands. remove front wheel and tire.remove front caliper from steering knuckle assembly, remove rotor from hub by pulling it staright off. remove speed sensor bracket from strut assembly. remove hub and bearing to stub axle retaining nut. dislodge inner CV stub shaft retaining ringon transaxle assembly. insert small pry bar between transaxle case and inner CV joint by prying on it.remove strut assembly to steering knuckle bolts remove top of steering knuckle from strut assembly, then rotate CV assembly out of vehicle. Remove inner shaft from transaxle stub shaft grasp inner CV joint and interconnecting shaft and pull both pieces out at the same time. good luck!
Easy one but you need a few tools. Remove the big axle nut in the center of the hub, the brake caliper, the brake caliper bracket, the rotor. Then look around behind the knuckle, there will be 3 or 4 bolts that hold the bearing assembly in the knuckle, remove them and the abs connector, then pull the bearing out of the knuckle.
You have to remove the axle before you can remove the bearing. There should be a large nut in the center of the hub. Remove this. You will need to remove the ball joint from the steering knuckle so that you can pull the knuckle away from the axle. The axle is splined and should fall out as you pull the knuckle away from the axle. Once you have done this you can get on with removing the bearing unit.
no tricks only work,but its easy as 123, you need to carefully jack the car up and put a stand under the car for support, take off the big nut in the center of the rotor, then remove the rotor, then remove the 2 bolts and nuts that is supporting the shock, then pull the knuckle forward, then remove the lower ball joint bolt and nut, you might have to pry the knuckle open at the bottom to take off the knuckle from the lower ball joint, then pull the knuckle upwards, after that pull the cv joint axle outwards, you might need to pry the drive shaft from the transmission, drive shaft is the same as the cv joint shaft
Removal:Raise and support vehicle. Remove wheel. Remove caliper assembly. DO NOT allow caliper to hang from brake hose. Always support caliper by wiring it to frame. Remove rotor. Loosen and remove ABS speed sensor mounting screw. Carefully remove sensor head from steering knuckle. If sensor head is seized due to corrosion, use hammer and brass punch to tap sensor. Tap edge of sensor ear, rocking sensor from side to side until it is free. DO NOT use pliers on sensor head. Remove axle shaft nut. Remove 3 bolts securing hub assembly to steering knuckle. Pull hub straight back from knuckle. If hub is corroded, pry between hub flange and knuckle
Fully remove knuckle pinch bolt. Insert pry bar between lower control arm and steering knuckle. Push down on pry bar to separate ball joint stud from steering knuckle. Ensure ball joint dust boot is not damaged during removal. Loosen and remove strut-to-knuckle nuts. Bolts are serrated where installed into knuckle. DO NOT turn bolts in steering knuckle. Use soft-face hammer to drive bolts out of knuckle. Remove knuckle from vehicle.
To install, reverse removal procedure. Tighten all nuts and bolts to specification. DO NOT fully tighten axle nut until vehicle is on ground. Ensure hub mounting surfaces are clean and free of foreign material. Coat speed sensor with high temperature grease before installing onto knuckle.
According to the chilton manual you have to: remove the speed sensor,caliper and brake pads,brake rotor from hub assembly, disconnect the upper ball joint from steering knuckle & pull the knuckle outward. From the back of the knuckle remove the four bolts and then remove the hub and bearing assembly from the knuckle
Remove the steering knuckle assembly from the vehicle, as described earlier in this section.
For 1991 vehicles, remove the 3 dust shield fasteners and separate the shield from the assembly.
If equipped, remove the Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) wheel speed sensor from the knuckle.
Assemble wheel bearing removing tool SA9159S or equivalent using
the hub driver, hub driver screw, bridge retainer and bridge. Install
the tool to the knuckle and secure the assembly in a vise using the
bridge as the vise contact point.
Hold the hub driver with a wrench and tighten the hub driver
screw to remove the hub. If the inner bearing race is pulled out with
the hub, remove the race with a bearing race remover. The service tool
can be used by assembling the inner race puller, 2 bridge retainer
plates, 2 bolts and 2 flat washers.
Inspect the hub at the bearing location for pitting, scoring or wear, and replace if necessary.
Remove the assembly from the vise and remove the wheel hub removal tools.
Remove the bearing retainer snapring.
Position the knuckle in a shop press on the knuckle support tube, and press the bearing from the knuckle with a small driver.
Inspect the knuckle bore for pitting, scoring, wear or corrosion.
If damage cannot be easily cleaned with light sanding, the knuckle must
remove the large nut on the end of the axle, unbolt the strut from (tie it out of the way with bailing wire, avail from any hardware store) the steering knuckle, pull the steering knuckle out of the way while pushing the axle stub inward and out of the knuckle, once the axle is free of the steering knuckle the axle just snaps out of the transmission, this can really be a bear, but it does just snap in and out, it uses what is called an internal snap ring to retain it into the transmission, u might also want to replace the axle seal as it most likely will suffer damage when u pull the axle out.