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first do you have airbags if so you disconnect battery cables both positive and negative .remove the 4 screws in the back of steering wheel . now disconnect wire from
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is this front wheel? rear wheel? or 4 wheel drive? if you have front wheel drive or 4 wheel drive you will need to take the tire off and get the center cap off with cotter pin on most vehicles. then put the tire back on without its center cap. then put the vehicle back on the ground. then use required socket with an extention and breaker bar to put through the rim to loosen center hub bolt about a quarter turn. just enough to break it loose. then take the tire back off to finish the job. remove the brake caliper and rotor then center nut on hub bearing. there should be 3 bolts from the inside holding hub bearing on. on rear wheel only you won't need to take the tire off and on.

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I hear a humming noice in the rear. What could it be and how do I fix it.


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IF IT HAS REAR DRUM,WITH WHEEL REMOVED,REMOVE BRAKE DRUM,KNOCK OFF CENTER BEARING CAP,REMOVE STAKED LOCK NUT,AND PULL OF HUB AND BEARING ASSEMBLY.

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