Glad you found the problem. I have attached the info you requested. Just a couple of notes, looks like you can use a pry bar but the note tells you to be careful not to bend the finger. Also, it tells you to always use a new stub shaft nut when installing.
Careful on the sensor.....they can be a bear. I have tore them up before as they almost weld to the knuckle. Some of them I have been able to use the same size socket and on the back side, tap the socket and that drives it out.
That's all I got on this.........good luck.
Raise and support vehicle then remove tire and wheel assemblies.
Remove front caliper assembly and rotor from the steering knuckle as outlined in the "Disc Brakes" unit repair section.
Remove ABS speed sensor as follows:
Remove bolt retaining sensor to steering knuckle.
Slide sensor from steering knuckle. If sensor is stuck into knuckle do not use pliers on sensor body. Using a suitable punch, tap on sensor body ear to rock sensor loose from knuckle.
Remove hub and bearing to stub axle retaining nut.
Remove hub bolts, then remove hub and bearing assembly from steering knuckle by sliding it straight off end of stub axle. If metal seal on hub and bearing assembly is seized to steering knuckle and becomes dislodged on hub and bearing assembly during removal, or when removing hub and bearing, the flinger disc on hub becomes damaged, hub and bearing assembly must be replaced.
If hub and bearing will not slide out of knuckle, insert a pry bar between hub and steering knuckle and gently pry hub and bearing from knuckle.
Reverse procedure to install, noting the following:
Always use a new stub shaft nut when installing.
Tighten stub shaft nut, then lower vehicle and, with brakes applied, torque stub shaft nut to 120 ft-lbs .
Wednesday, November 5th, 2008 AT 5:05 PM