Question about 1998 Pontiac Bonneville
Jack it up and block it in place so it doesn't move (put the blocks under the K-frame mount)
Tip... loos-ten the lug nuts while the tire is on the ground so the wheel doesn't move.
Remove the wheel and the brake caliper. Remove the axle retaining nut.
With a dead blow hammer or a piece of wood held against the axle end, hit the end of the axle to push it out of the hole.
you won't be able to remove it completely just yet. remove the lower ball joint nut and separate the joint from the spindle.
Now you should be able to swing the whole works out of the way and pull the axle out of the bearing.
From the back side you should be able to see the bolts that hold the bearing in place. Don't forget to clean and grease everything while you have it apart.
I hope this will steer you in the right direction. If you need exploded diagrams of the parts, your local parts store should have that all on their computers.
Posted on Oct 02, 2010
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