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Searching online, but not finding a detailed how-to.

Trying to replace a rear wheel hub on a 2000ish Saturn L200 (4 Cylinder model)

Short story is, Imma be replacing it for a friend, and since I am not doing it at home, hoping I could find someone who wrote a tutorial or howto, so I know what to expect. (He provides the 6 Pack, a garage, heat for the Garage, and parts, I do the work and bring the tools)

I know on a Contour, it's easy... But just gotta have some big ass sockets and ****.

Thanks in advanced :)
 

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Looks like it's held in by 4 nuts and the abs sensor. Doesn't say if it's got disk or drum though. If it's disk you'll have to pop off the caliper and rotor, with drums all you should have t do is remove the drum and then the 4 nuts from behind.



 

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Sweet, Thanks rudedog :)

Most wheel bearing/hubs I've dealt with, have a big ass bolt in the center of the spindle that comes off...

I'll probably take some pictures of it, find a Saturn forum (Found one, but... the quality wasn't that great compared to what we have here...)

Or post here and if anyone ever searches :)
 
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