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Rear Right Hub Removal

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I am trying to replace my rear hub and wheel bearing but I cant get the Hub off. There aren't any visable screws or bolts holding it on. Anyone know how to do this?

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I looked at the parts list for SC.

Looks like ;disc off:

large nut on end of shaft off

hub end off.... and there is a snap ring behind the oil seal, is this holding it?

Just trying to help, never done this job!

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I looked at the parts list for SC.

Looks like ;disc off:

large nut on end of shaft off

hub end off.... and there is a snap ring behind the oil seal, is this holding it?

Just trying to help, never done this job!

I guess there is a snap ring or something because I got the rotor off, calipers, large hub nut and now there isnt anything I can see thats holding it on? I dont get it.. I might just take it to a shop

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ummm... these cars use sealed bearings and the hubs are pressed on. you need to remove the entire hub assembly from the car and use a press to push out the inner hub from the bearing and push the bearing from the hub carrier. so basicly take the hub to a machine shop or somewhere that does press work and have them press the new bearing in

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Thanks everyone, I am actually taking my car to a friends house who has a lift, pneumatic tools and a press. Now that GrnSc400 gave me the right info and exploded diagrams I think I should be able to do this. I'll post up the DIY pics after this sunday.

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