Separate the hub (A) from the knuckle (B) using the hub dis/assembly tool and a hydraulic press. Hold the knuckle with the attachment (C) of the hydraulic press or equivalent tool. Be careful not to damage or deform the splash guard (D). Hold onto the hub to keep it from falling when pressed clear.
Press the wheel bearing inner race (A) off of the hub (B) using the hub dis/assembly tool, a commercially available bearing separator (C), and a press.
Remove the splash guard (A) and the snap ring (B) from the knuckle (C).
Press the wheel bearing (A) out of the knuckle (B) using the bearing driver attachment, the driver handle, and a press.
Wash the knuckle and the hub thoroughly in high flash point solvent before reassembly.
Press a new wheel bearing (A) into the knuckle (B) using the old bearing (C), a steel plate (D), the support base, and a press.
Install the wheel bearing with the wheel speed sensor magnetic encoder (E) (brown color), toward the inside of the knuckle.
Remove any oil, grease, dust, metal debris, and other foreign material from the magnetic encoder surface.
Keep any magnetic tools away from the encoder surface.
Be careful not to damage the encoder surface when you insert the wheel bearing.
Install the snap ring (A) securely in the knuckle (B).
Install the splash guard (C), and tighten the screws (D) to the specified torque.
Install the hub (A) onto the knuckle (B) using the bearing driver attachment, the driver handle, the support base, and a hydraulic press. Be careful not to damage the splash guard (C).
Do the battery terminal disconnection procedure. Remove the drive belt. Remove the intake manifold. Disconnect the alternator connector (A) and the p ...
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A/C System Evacuation (With A/C)
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