How to change rear wheel bearing on a 98 honda ...

how to change rear wheel bearing on a 98 honda civic

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On the rear of a 1998 Honda Civic, you will need to press the wheel bearing with the lug studs on it out of the hub flange attached to the car.

First, you will remove the wheel and the brake caliper and rotor (remove the two bolts on the caliper), you will then need to remove the hub flange, there are usually 3-4 bolts attaching the flange to the vehicle. Once this assembly is removed, you will need to press them apart. Any mechanic shop can help you with this step. Press the new bearing to the old flange, and your set.

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