I stand corrected. Your vehicle still uses a pressed-in wheel bearing design. They can not be removed without destroying them, but there is never a reason to remove them except when they become noisy. There are special tools needed to remove and install these bearings. Every shop has them them; even many mechanics have their own sets of tools for this job.
Chrysler also used to use this design. The bearing costs less than $100.00 and it takes about an hour.
Thursday, April 21st, 2011 AT 4:21 AM