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Hi,
I went to the AutoZone site and saw the same wheel hub assembly for both the 2 wheel and all wheel drives (I wasn't sure which you had)... regardless, the result was the same part. The assembly was reaching the $300 mark... ouch.
The lug is pressed into the hub from the back side. You may can drive it out from the outside with a punch and hammer. If you can do this and obtain a single lug from a dealership, you're saving big bucks.
The new lug can simply be drawn in by tightening the lugnut. You might use a spacer of some sort (maybe a larger nut). Notice that the area on the lug has ribs or small splines... try to align these before you start the draw.
Hope this helps... Good luck!

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