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Remove the wheel, remove the brake caliper, remove the caliper bracket and rotor. Remove the nut from the axle. Remove the two bolts and nuts from the strut. Pull the spindle out and push the axle in. You might have to use a hammer and punch to get the axle to go in. Don't hit the axle with the hammer, you could mess up the threads. You only need the axle back far enough to get a socket on the bearing bolts. Then remove the three bolts that hold the bearing. unplug the sensor. You might have to beat the bearing out. If you have access to air tools/impact guns, get them. Makes the job much easier. If not, have breaker bars and cheater bars handy.

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