Just repaced my LHS front wheel bearing. Canadian Tire did a safety and found a little play in the bearing and of course where looking for work but to their surprise I told them I was going to do the job myself.
So I did the job and was looking for some problems but their were none.
This is what I did.
1. Loosen the wheel nuts and jacked up the car, removed the front wheel.
2. Loosened the large nut 34m/m locked it against the caliper with a large flat bar.
3. Took of the complete caliper which was bolted to the alloy front axle holder
15m/m bolts (2) and hung the caliper up with some nylon string to the front spring.
4. Turned the steering to the left and with a thin 13m/m socket and small extension
4" 3/8 drive took out the top bolt., the two bottom ones came out without the 4"
5. Pushed the axle out of the front wheel bearing and cleaned everything up,
then installed the new bearing assembly and took care not to damage or pinch
the ABS connector.
6. Fasten everything back together and the job was done also did not forget to
connect the ABS and made sure the wire was free and not rbubbing against the CV.
Was expecting some problem but it was a piece of cake.