Question about 2000 Daewoo Korando
Well first of all you can please follow the below steps -
1. Jack up the car. Use jack stands if possible, or blocks if not.
2. Remove tires on the front. Remove brakes.
3. Take out the grease cap (the center).
4. Pull out Cotter Pin. Take nut out.
5. Pull Rotor out. Take grease seal off of the back of the rotor. Pull out inner and outer bearings.
6. Using hammer and punch, knock out racings from the back of the center of the rotor (very important to use new races, don't use the old ones). Clean out the center of the rotor with a clean rag.
7. Using the new bearings, replace the old ones, tapping them into place. It doesn't matter which one you install first.
8. Pack with grease when they are in place. Install new seal after the bearings are packed with grease.
9. Re-install the rotors into car; put brakes back on; replace tires..... You can please follow the below link for more help (the link includes images) - http://autorepair.about.com/od/fixityourself/ss/wh_bearing_old.htm
Please post comments if you need more help or information...........
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