Introduction

Warning: This is not an easy procedure. Unless you have a 12 ton press and the know-how to use it, this will be a very difficult procedure. Your local tire store can do these for a very reasonable price, usually between $100-$150.

Tools

Parts

No parts required.

Video Instructions

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Tim Asp

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Excellent video on how to replace a Subaru Legacy Wheel bearing. I wish this video had been around when I replaced the both front wheel bearings on my 1997 Legacy GT. Although I did not have a micrometer my repair was still successful. I wanted to add in that a small Dremel tool would have been a great idea at the time of my repair and I highly suggest it for a job like this.

nshourds - Reply

Hello, I recently bought a 97 Subaru legacy outback, & it won't start. Guy I bought it from said he loaned it & the person put too much oil, then drove it about 5 miles it died & won't start still. Have checked all fuses, ran a diagnostic which read 02 sencers, & ignition something. Have any pointers for me. The guy I got it from also said b4 all this it ran great

Deseri - Reply

Does it turn over? Does it start then stop? What kind of noises does it make?

Tim Asp -

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