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Changing of front wheel bearing

Dear Sir,
What is the process in changing my front wheel bearing on my Toyota Carina AT192.
Anticipating your kind cooperation.
Thank you.
S.Souvenir.

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    STEVE SOUVENIR Aug 20, 2008

    The process in removing the front wheel bearing from a Toyota Carina - AT192 car are as follows.

    (1) Remove wheel,split pin,center retaining nut,brake caliper and disc.

    (2) Remove steering linkage(steering end).

    (3)Remove lower ball joint from lower control arm.

    (4) Remove hub assembly.

    (5) Remove dust seal from hub assembly.

    (6) Press wheel flange from hub and bearing.

    (7)Remove ball and retainer from bearing(inner and outer).

    (8) Press bearing outer race from hub assembly.

    NB:This concluded the process in removing the front wheel bearing.

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I assume u want to both inner and outer bearings...you have to pull the whell off the caliper for the brakes has to come off,there will be a center cap on the hub,,take ot off,inside there you will find a nuts with a cotter pin in it.remove it.gently pull on the hub abd iit should come off in your hands.the outer bearings will come out always remember to repack them with grease before you replace them the inner bearings will be behind the rotor and will have to be chanfed also as well as greased,you have to do this on both sides the same process.put it back together the same way you take it apart

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