Ford Focus Front Wheel Bearing change instructions

Hi,
Does anyone know where I can find the instructions on how to change front wheel bearing on Focus 2001? Thank you.

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jd wrote:

US?
http://tinyurl.com/3yuewm
UK?
http://tinyurl.com/36bq53
In the UK it is often possible to borrow a manual from a local library.
HTH
Chris
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stihlwielder had written this in response to http://www.motorsforum.com/ford_focus/Re-Ford-Focus-Front-Wheel-Bearing-change-instructions-5025-.htm : If you have done front end work before its not too bad but the bearing is pressed into the knuckle; so you will need to bring the knuckle and new bearing to a shop that is willing to press in a new one for you. If you have ABS be aware that the magnets for the ABS sensor are on one side of the bearing in the seal, otherwise the bearing is symmetrical. So, BEFORE going to the shop with everything find out which side goes toward the sensor (inside) and make sure the mechanic puts it in that way.
Steps to remove knuckle:
1) Loosen lug nuts and spindle nut (32mm) 2) Lift car and remove wheel, brake, (7mm Allen) and ABS sensor 3) Separate tie rod taper at knuckle 4) Remove wafer nut from spindle 5) Mark location of knuckle on strut, loosen strut clamp and remove knuckle
Installation is opposite but be sure to carefully align knuckle with marks on strut so you won't need an alignment right away. P.S. that wafer nut goes back on at something like 280 ft.lbs.
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