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Replacing the rear wheel bearings on buick rendezous

I was trying to replace the rear wheel bearings on my 2006 buick rendezous but, (2) of the (3) bolts holding the wheel bearing to the axle were blocked by part of the sway bar. Does anyone have any advice on how to get these two bolts out? Or does anyone have any advice on how to remove the rear wheel axle?

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Most likely, the instructions would tell you to get the swaybar off first. double check the instructions at the library.

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