I just did this last month on my 94- here is how I did it:
Anyway, here is some more detail of the procedure and a few picts:
Before jacking the car up, loosen the front wheel lug nuts and spindle nut (34MM)
Jack the car up, put in jack stands
Remove the wheels
Remove the brake caliper (3/8 Allen) and suspend it with a wire
Remove the brake rotor
Remove the spindle nut and tap the axle spindle in so it is no longer attached to the bearing (I used a hammer and a 1/4" drift- it didn't take much effort.
Disconnect the ABS sensor wire and remove the connector from the backing plate
Using a fairly long T55 Torx, remove the bolts holding the bearing housing to the knuckle. I mention using a long torx as you have to pass the torx bit through a hole in the hub flange to get to the bolt.
Remove the brake backing plate
Pry or tap the bearing housing out. It will take a little work but mine came out with out too much force. Carefully pull it out, feeding the ABS wire and connector through the bearing housing. From the photo you will see that my ABS sensor separated from the bearing housing (not good).
Installation is the reverse.
Yeah, I though about painting my calipers while they were off but I though I'd save it for a later project when I could spare more down time.
Here'* a picture of old and new (note damaged ABS sensor):
Heres a picture of the new bearing installed:
Here'* a picture of all the new hardware installed:
Hope it helps