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How do I replace the rear wheel bearing in a 2010 Nissan dualis

I have a rumble in the rear of my Dualis I am sure it is a bearing I have stripped it down to the rear brakes but can't see how to get to the bearings from there.

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Not sure on the Dualis, but Nissan usually has four bolts holding hub/bearing assembly on from the backside. If you have rear disc brakes and the parking brake shoes are inside the hub/rotor, this needs to be removed to access it. Hope this helps

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