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Loosen the lug nuts. Jack up the car and pull off the wheel and brake drum.Unplug the electrical connector from the hub assembly Unscrew the four Torx head bolts that retain the hub assembly. Holes in the hub provide access to the screws. Remove the hub. Bolt the replacement hub assembly into place. Torque the Torx head bolts to 63 ft. lbs... and it would be best to realign after the work is done to ensure the "tow" is not off
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