Question about Timken 2007 HA590092 Chevy Impala Rear Wheel Bearing & Hub Assembly
Just a socket set. You remove the wheel, take the drum off (or the brake caliper and rotor if it's disc brake) and remove the 4 bolts on the back side of the hub. They are usually 13mm or 15mm 12 point bolts. You may need to tap it with a hammer to get the bearing assembly off of the axle. That's it!
Posted on Nov 26, 2014
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