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Require front wheel bearing assembly for 1988 Plymouth Grand Voyager - LE 6cyl

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Very simple to change remove whichever tire is on the bad hub then remove the caliper and rotor then there is the axle nut remove this now on the backside there are 4 18mm bolts remove these four bolts then tap the bearing assembly with a hammer this may take a few smacks then go in reverse order to reassemble torque the axle nut to 110 ft pounds

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