Changing rear wheel bearings is a job that doesn't have to be performed by a mechanic. This is a task that anyone with some automotive experience and garage access can accomplish on their own. Follow these steps for how to change rear wheel bearings.
1.Jack the car up so that the rear wheels are off the ground. Prop it up on jack stands and chock the front tires.
2.Grip the rear tires at 6 and 12 o'clock, and push them in. If they have little or no resistance, they will most likely need new bearings.
3.Remove the transmission tray, engine tray and the plastic cover from the suspension wishbone.
4.Remove the rear wheels.
5.Ensure that the parking brakes are set and that the car is in Park. A manual transmission should be in gear.
6.Remove the axle nut.
7.Take the brake pads off of the caliper and unbolt the caliper. Be careful not to strain the brake line.
8.Release the parking brake.
9.Loosen the screws which mount the rotor and remove it.
10.Jack up the suspension housing so that the axle is parallel to the ground.