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The hub/bearing assembly is mounted to the steering knuckle and is retained by three mounting bolts accessible from the back of the steering knuckle. The hub/bearing unit is not serviceable and must be replaced as an assembly if the bearing or the hub is determined to be defective.
it is a bearing and hub assembly, average price is around $200 US
There are 2 designs, the cheaper ones have external ABS sensor, the more expensive has ABS sensor built into the hub assy..
here is a picture of the hub assy w/built in ABS sensor.
Remove the cuter pin,than that big nut, but You will have to move the grease seal, that covers the inner bearing, under the big nut is the outer bearing, remember the one part of the bearing is attached to inside rotor in both bearings, also You gone have to pack bearing with new grease, don forget to remove caliper taht is bolted with two bolts on back of disk spender, good luck, also when you *** the nut again you gone have to *** it with not side free play and the washer on big nut has to move free, wile wheel spin perfect with out free play