Question about 1996 Toyota Camry
Hi there. Most, if not all front wheel bearings these days are pressed into the front wheel hub assembly and to replace these is not normally a DIY job. Because new bearings need to be pressed into the hub assembly, a machine shop press ought to be used and the job undertaken by competent individuals. My advice if you do intend undertaking the work yourself is to remove the hub assembly and then have a machine shop operative remove the old bearings and have the new bearings pressed-in for you. Hope this helps, Scottech.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
I have a 96 toyota camry and it is making a noise in the rear. I was told that it was the struts but have had them replaced and the noise is still there. Also, I had new bushings installed.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
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