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WHAT IS THE LABOUR TIME FOR 2007 TOYOTA CAMRY DRIVER-SIDE WHEEL BEARING?

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At a good shop with a lift and air tools, about 2 hours. If you are repairing it in your driveway, plan on half a day at least.

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