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How do i change front drivers wheel bearing/hub set on mitsubishi colt equippe 2005 model

Wheel bearing 2005 mitsubishi colt equippe (front drivers)

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Take wheel off, take off axle nut and split ring, take off calliper, remove rotor, look behind hub assembly should be 2 or more bolts holding it in place, remove them and pull off hub (sometimes needs to be hit with a hammer from behind to loosen... Picture is for a link of a different vehicle but same concept how do i change front drivers wheel bearing/hub se - 4_17_2014_3_08_27_am.png

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