no end of car stated, now that makes this impossible
but ill guess front. and guess 2 , 4wd ,?????????
and at what step in process you got stuck>????
all that , just all that..
all that is in the FSM, ever heard off a factory service manual.
$4 bucks to look.
before buying $500 suzuki tools, be it known , generic tools work.
the wheel bearing
ill paste some clues.
I have a printed FSM. (and all above)
here is the factory page
the bearing are never replaced in this car, you replace the whole hub.
that is how its done. if you want to break the rules.
then you get to work blind, what bearings are there, , its not publish.
then you get to find that out, and then find a shop to presses them in
and after all that ,its 5x the cost of a hub.
see end of this page for GV front hubs
see the list of complex options there. see that.?
my guess is yours is 4wd, guess 2.
and uses photo 10 there.
see grapic 10 ,see part id 11?
you pull that off with any slide (slam) hammer made.
then remove the looking ring with special tool used by suzuki
then the hub falls off. or if in salt belt,(wiki that)you again
use the slide hammer and bam its off
Pit fall 1,
if you fail to set the nut ring 11 to 156 (or to spec) foot/pounds torque
the bearing will fail in 1000 miles.
see TIMKEN bearing tests proof of that fact, it is a fact.
for all CRUSH bearings.....