How do you pull the wheel bearing assembly out from hub far enough to squeeze new lug nuts into place? The car is a 1999 Monte Carlo Z34.
I belive they are the knock out type take off wheel and drum heat studs on the back hit from front. to replace put new studs in and put back on tires.
well either your heater core is bad or your outer window door seal is leaking . i had the same problem on my Monte Carlo and i had to remove 1 of the studs that hold on the weather striping on the lower part of the door so it could drain .
Unbolt hub and press out wheel studs, clean hub face, replace rotor and press wheel studs back through, remount hub
if you can remove the broken studs without doing damage, you may be able to redrill the holes with the proper tap drill, and retap the hole for the screw in studs without removing the heads. careful you don't drill through the head, and get drill chips in the engine. i guess it depends on how good you do machine work.
You have to have the hub pressed out of the knuckle to replace the wheel studs.
When you pull the knobs off, the remaining studs wi;ll have thin nuts on them. Remove these, and it will pull out of the back.
No you can get screw in studs mainly for high performance engines.
\'02 Ventures use M8X1.25X98.5 exhaust manifold studs.
you have to remove the studs, or remove the entire intake manifold! when you do finally get it off replace the studs with bolts.
You replace the wheel bearing hub assembly - it has studs, bearings and wheel speed sensor around $100 part
To change the front wheel studs on a 1993 Chevy S10, you will need to remove the tire and brake caliper. If it is a floating rotor, you will need to remove the rotor. To install, you will need to use a special tool for removal. If the tool is not available, be prepared to use a large nut and washer for installation.