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Rear wheel Bearing - is it a press fit, or can I attempt repair myself?

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Advise you register for free at www.autozone.com Free registration gives you free access to several repair and shop manuals for most vehicles. You'll get dtailed info on making the bearing replacement as well as a lot more. Typically the bearing does not need to be pressed on.

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