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right front wheelhub with abs wire

This is a discussion on right front wheelhub with abs wire within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; can somebody please help me out on this ! i took the wheel off and rottor/brake got the 4 bolts ...

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    right front wheelhub with abs wire

    can somebody please help me out on this ! i took the wheel off and rottor/brake got the 4 bolts off that hold the hub on and could not get the part off . is it pressed on ? is this something that has to be in the shop ?

    bill

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    It is a tight fit. If you are replacing it, just turn the wheel all the way to one side, and beat it with a hammer. It will come off.

    Remember to tighten the bolts in a cris-cross pattern when installing the new one. To keep it straight.

    I have done this 6 time. I autocross, and track my 98 TA.

    Good luck

    Tracey

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