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front wheel stud replacement

I am new to the forum so forgive me if this is listed somewhere. I did look but could not find prior posts about this.

My 2007 Entourage has a front wheel stud with stripped threads.

I am unable to find any videos on youtube for anyone replacing a wheel stud on an Entourage (or second generation Kia Sedona).

Has anyone done this? Any special tools needed?

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They should just pound out and then pull the new one in with two nuts. On my Accent the heat shield is in the way and you can't take it off so the one spot you could get the stud in from the back I had to severely bend the heat shield. Make sure you get the right ones as Hyundai uses different ones front and rear in my case

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