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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Best solution to your problem is going ot the junk yard asking them for a left front knuckle. They will charge you about the same price for all this stuff as the auto parts store will charge you for a wheel bearing. After you have this knuckle you will be able to take a few things off of it and be able to put it on with only remvoing like 3-5 bolts.
Posted on May 17, 2009
no special tools in particular just the usual or necessary tools required.. 1stly u remove the Tyre and the caliper then u'll see something like a long rod dats the bearing
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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The wheel bearings in a Ford Taurus are located in the hub/bearing assembly. Replacing the hub/bearing assembly is a straightforward process -- remove the brakes, then the bearing, and reassemble.
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