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Hello, the rear wheel bearings are sold as a unit with the hub. It is a sealed unit, you remove the brakes and rotor, unbolt the the hub unit with 4 bols and replace. I did mine 2 years ago, both rear hubs, at that time they were $300.00 each from a Toyota dealer only. No idea on labor.

I inquired about front wheel bearings at that time (I have not had to replace them yet). The front wheel bearings, hub and spindle assembly are pressed together. I am not a professional mechanic, though I restore cars and race on the side. In looking at it I realized it would be a job for a dealer to replace the front ones. No idea on cost, just a little more info for you.

The price of the part will vary.You can purchase the part from NAPA for for about $120.00.I'm not 100% sure,but I believe the part will have to be pressed.If you have to take it to a shop,it will cost you $200.00 to $250.00 installed.If the shop does not have a on the car bearing/hub removal tool,you should also have you alignment checked($40-$70).

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