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Drivers side front bearing assy.

My right front tire appears to be loose from side to side I believe it is the bearing assy. and not the hub is there anywhere on the net I can find an illustrated breakdown as to be sure to locate the right parts.

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Yes go to autozone.com and look for alldata or you will see the link to do it your self

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