how do you get a rusted out bearing/hub off of a 2004 Saturn Vue

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Asked by Feb 13, 2015 at 09:12 PM about the Saturn VUE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

the right front bearing went out and I'm replacing it but I am having trouble getting the old part off because it is rusty, anyone have a solution it is my only car and I need it to get to work 45 miles away

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Have you let it all soak in PB Blaster(something similar) and you may have to put some heat to it heat gun not a torch as most bolt break frees are flammable! And a large breaker bar and you-tube has a video of your model incase you might have missed a step couldn't hurt you will need some be patient breaks and a long breaker bar

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give it a good whack.

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