Question about 2000 Toyota Corolla
Yes you will have to remove the brake caliper. then the rotor. although its not necessary, some people find it easier to remove the tie rod end as well, just to allow for easier turning of the wheel. Then once the rotor and caliper are off, you will need to physically turn the steering one way or the other to access the bolts from behind the knuckle and remove them. Then repeat for all the bolts until removed. Then with a hammer, hammer on the back sid of the hub assembly, until it comes out. Please keep in mind that once the hammering starts the hub assembly might come apart so pay attention if this happens seek further help. good luck!
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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