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Ok so i have a 1998 1hyundai elantra and i was switching the front pessange wheel bearing but i cant get the old one out. The whole bearing isnt in the housing its just the outside edge, any ideas on how to get it out??

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The wheel bearing on that one is pressed in. You will need to pull the knuckle and bring it to a machine shop or auto repair shop to have the old bearing pressed out and the new bearing pressed in.

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