Symptoms of a bad bearing , loud roaring noise.. And when you turn the wheel a certain direction while driving, the noise will go away, and come back once the steering wheel is straight. ( while driving )
Tools needed / Stuff
Wheel hub Nut "36mm"
Flat head screw driver
15 mm swivel Socket
1. Jack up car with the proper jack stand placement , and block rear wheels
2. Remove wheel
3. With your 3/8 impact and 15mm socket remove your caliper bolts. (2)
4. Remove brake rotor ( May have to hit it off with the rubber mallet )
5. Remove " Dust Cover " with yor flat head screw driver carefully so you don't damage it.
6. Get your 36mm socket with your 1/2 impact and remove the nut.
7. With your mallet, tap off the wheel hub.
8. When it's removed brake clean the shaft and re-grease it to prevent it rusting up.
9. Reverse the steps, but make sure you do not use the old nut, use the new nut. And no it's doesn't come with the assembly. And for the nut tightening , just hit it with the impact real good.
I think the tq spec is like 200+
This is for the front
Couldn't take pictures , did this at work.