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Hub repair, need instructions how to fix!

I have a 2002 Ford explorer sports trac and it had been making a noise from the front driver side tire. It wasnt a brake problem because we eplaced the caliper and brake pads. The other day when i was driving the tire went slanted. We believe it is the hub, but i dont have instructions on how to fix the hub. thank you for your time.

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