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Yes and special tools are required

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Front wheel bearings


first check the pads have not worn down to metal if they have the disc will have to be replaced , if the disc is in good condition and the pistons are free press them back into the cylinders and then the pads can removed .check the master cylinder does not over flow as the pistons are pushed back. Brake fluid is a paint remover. the wheel bearings don't have to be touched to replace pads. After new pads are fitted the brakes will have pumped to bring the pads out to the disc.

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If the car is front wheel drive a puller is required to dismantle the hub a rather involved job better left to a mechanic .If rear wheel drive do the following. ( Applies to front wheel drive also.) Chock rear wheels,loosen front wheel nuts, jack up car, fit safety stands,remove wheel , remove grease cap from axle. remove split pin or locking nut on axle ,Remove hub, with a punch drive out the grease seal ,the tapered cone bearings can now be removed, the 2 bearing cups still in the housing will have to be pressed out ,all old grease has to be cleaned out. the new cones must be repacked with high temp bearing grease . tap in the seal with the lip facing inwards , slide on the hub fit the outer cone to the axle , the spacer and nut goes on next, tighten the nut to seat the bearings , spin the hub make sure its free to spin, back off the nut one eighth of a turn fit a new split pin or lock tab. fit grease cap and road wheel.

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no its a hub and bearing you have lift the truck remove wheels front remove caliper braket that hold the brake pads behind 4 bolt that hold the bearing cv joint nut in the middlehammer the bearing to loosen it up sometime there hard to remove after its off clean where the bearing goes so it will fit good if you have abs disconnect the connector reassemble good luck pierre p.s yes you can do that in our garage the only thing is you need some tolls

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That will be a pressed in type of bearing. It has to be installed from rear of spindle. The bearing is in back & the hub comes through front and into bearing, which also requires press fit. You'll have to remove entire spindle/knuckle assy, and at least get it in a vise or on a bench. It can be done without a press, but has to be done carefully & patiently, because damage to new parts or hub can happen real easy if not done right. Are you equipped for the challenge?

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to remove the hub and bearing assy. you need to remove the tire and wheel, brakes, cv axle, then unbolt the lower ball joint, and remove the lower strut mounting bolts. I believe theirs two on this model after removing the hub & bearing assembly the hub must be removed by using a hydraulic press to press the hub from inside the bearing as they are a machined fit. then typically there is a large snap ring holding the bearing into its bore that needs to be removed before the bearing can be pressed out at the hydraulic press install is reverse of removal.

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