Question about 1994 Toyota Corolla
Remove wheel, brake cliper, cliper mounting bracket, brake pads and rotor.
Remove tie rod end and strut from spindle,
Remove large drive axle nut from center of hub by removing cotter pin and nut cover
Remove the ball joints 2 nuts and 1 bolt
Pull assy. lose from drive axle.
Take complete Hub assy with new bearing to an automotive machine shop and have them disassemble hub and replace bearing.
Reverse steps to reinstall
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
pop off centre cap
take out split pin
remove nut and you will be able to just pull the outer bearing out.
to get to the inner bearing you will need to take off the whole hub and do it off the car
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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