Question about 1999 Nissan Maxima
You will need to remove the Rear Wheel, Brake Caliper, and Rotor to replace the Stud. Once those are removed, take a Hammer and hit the Wheel Stud from the front to drive the Stud out through the back of the Wheel Hub. Once the Stud is out, take the new Stud and insert it in the Hub from the back. You will need to get a Open Ended Nut with the proper thread size as the Stud and thread it on the Stud, and tighten the Nut till the Stud comes all the way through the hole and the end of the Stud is flush with the back of the Hub. Remove the Nut and you can now put everything back together.
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