Don't try to remove in place. Remove the entire suspension knuckle and take it to a machine shop to press out old and install new bearing. Other than that tip, it's a straightforward wrench job. Make sure you have a manual to guide the operation.
I paid $25 for bearing removal/installation at auto machine shop after banging on bearing w/ a driver and hammer trying to diy. I never budged that damn bea1ring.
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