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You need a press, some short sections of pipe a little smaller in diameter than the bearings you are removing and then installing. You need a helper unless you can prop up the strut so the hub is flat to the press. Remove the dust shield first. You get to the screws in the dust shield through the bolt holes in the hub. Two screws will come out OK. The third will be a problem as it is drilled all the way through and may have rust on the threads. Treat the area with blaster a few days before for best chance of removing the third bolt. Along this same Line if you plan to remove the wheel sensor it's positioning post is also drilled through. It is not threaded. Once you remove the bolts/screws from the wheel sensor you can drive the post from the front side of the strut housing. You also need a very big snap ring tool.
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