Question about 2003 Mazda Mazda6
Pretty easy job, if you have rear disc brakes on the car remove the caliper and brake rotor and you will see the hub bearing it just bolts one of two ways from the rear of the backing plate there will be 4 bolts holding it on, or there will be a dust cap in the center of the bearing, remove it and you will see a nut remove the nut and take the hub off and replace. If you have rear drum brakes remove the brake drum and remove the hub the same way should not have to remove the brake shoes at all if you are careful they will stay in place.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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