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Suspension, Brakes and Tires Discussion, Rear wheel hub 95 Eldorado in Item Specific Cadillac Discussion; I am replacing the DR Rear knuckle on a 95 Eldorado. My question is : Does the wheel hub assemble ...
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    AKA_Rizzo is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Rear wheel hub 95 Eldorado

    I am replacing the DR Rear knuckle on a 95 Eldorado.

    My question is : Does the wheel hub assemble simply get bolted on by those 4 bolts I see ?

    I have removed those and soaked the "Square" in penetrating spray...Letting it soak now..Wont it just pop off with some "Motivation" ?

    Car came from Ohio... Rusted...And I am sure no anti-seize was applied to the dust cover or hub surfaces before they mated for life.

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    AKA_Rizzo is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Re: Rear wheel hub 95 Eldorado

    I cant believe 25 people cant figure out or have not done a wheel bearing.

    For the next guy :

    I tipped the knuckle so the ABS sensor was facing up. I sprayed a penetrating oil all around the recess. I then used a IIRC 2.5 " piece of plumbing pipe...LAyed a board across that and 3 blasts with a 3 lb sledge and plop. Out it came.

    This was of course after removing all four bolts and disconnecting the ABS sensor.

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