Question about 1992 Nissan Stanza
This is usually the same on all front wheel drive cars..
Remove the wheel
Remove the brake caliper
Remove the brake rotor
Remove the spindle nut
Remove the wheel bearing assembly (usually 3 bolts)
-The next step may be optional, depends on the car-
Unbolt the lower ball joint (under the A-frame, some are riveted, if so, drill them out and chisel or just chisel them off with a metal chisel, sometimes you can cut the rivet heads off with a sawzall then pry it apart from the a-frame)
Pull the wheel bearing assembly from the spindle of the CV half shaft.
(Sometimes you need a wheel puller)
Once its loose, all you have to do it yank it out, and push the new one in. Make sure the new one pops in and is seated firmly.
Reverse steps for re-assembly. If you took the ball joint loose and it was riveted, use hardened steel bolts and nuts with lock washers to replace it, or buy a new ball joint, they aren't that expensive and it will come with bolts.
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Detach the stop ring at the base of the CV joint assembly using a pair of snap ring pliers.
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