my gf's rear wheel bearings went out so I figured I'd make a DIY for you guys. DISCLAIMER: I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANYTHING YOU DO OR DON'T DO. USE THIS AS YOUR OWN RISK. First off, I'm gonna go ahead and give this a Difficulty of 10/10 as it requires some mechanical know-how and a good bit of tools. This is not something a nooblet should attempt. Pretty much anything that could have gone wrong did go wrong for me so this should help keep anyone from getting stuck. Tools I used: Jack stands Screwdrivers (phillips and flat head) Socket set (12, 14, 19, 32mm) and extension Piveting Breaker Bar Impact Wrench Torque Wrench Cut-off Tool 2 Hammers (at least 1 ball pein hammer) Rubber Mallet Brake Cleaner Rags Goop hand cleaner A punch A chisel Parts to Buy: Rear hub/bearing assembly Spindle Nut 90305-S30-003 Hub Cap 42326-SLJ-000 (2) rotor screws 93600-06014-0H When loosing the lug nuts I prefer the 19mm socket and a breaker bar. Remember to use jackstands and not just your scissor jack. Once the wheel is off start using a flathead screwdriver and hammer to pry the hub cap off LARGE hub cap Next you can start on the Spindle Nut. It has a dimple to make sure it doesn't come undone so use a flat head screwdriver and a hammer to knock it outword as shown LARGE Use your torque wrench and 32mm impact socket to get the nut off. ...you cant do this with a breaker bar and pb blaster LARGE To get the screws off the rotor it may be useful to set the parking break. You may be able to just unscrew them but they are probably rusted in. To help break some of the rust free put the ball pein end of the hammer up against the screw and hit the hammer with another hammer as shown but use a real hammer not a rubber mallet. VIDEO REFERENCE If that isn't enough then you may have to resort to a hammer and a punch but unlike the video says I doubt you'll have to punch the whole head of the screw off. Use the punch to make a hole off center of the screw then angle the punch in that hole in an effort to make the screw unscrew LARGE It only took me about a minute or 2 of doing this to get the screws to break free Next you can start working on getting the brake caliper off. Remember to release the parking break if it's still engaged. First unscrew the 12mm bolt attached to the brake line ( go ahead and do this on both sides of the car ) then the 14mm bolts for the brake caliper You will need an extension to get the lower brake caliper bolt out Once those are off pull the brake caliper off the rotor. a wire may be helpful to make sure the caliper doesn't fall The rotor will probably be stuck to the hub so use the 2 bolts from the brake line to screw into the rotor so you can push it off the hub. Only turn each screw 2 quarter turns at a time. hub assembly Hopefully for you, you can now grab the hub and slide it off and you'll be ready for reassembly. Unfortunately for me, it wasn't that simple.