Originally Posted by scottie
You have to remove the wheel, caliper, possibly caliper bracket, rotor, and maybe axle nut?
Remove the axle nut, caliper, rotor, and then the three bolts that attach the bearing to the knuckle. If its not already loose, you might need to use a puller to get the axle free of the splines inside the bearing.
Disconnect the ABS wiring harness from the back side of the bearing, and then it should be ready to remove. After three winters in the salt belt, mine wouldn't come out easy so I wound up removing the entire knuckle from the car and having the bearing pressed out at a shop (I used some anti-seize on the new bearing so hopefully next time will be easier).