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Replacing rear hubs

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I'm going through trying to replace my rear passenger hub. The bearing has been growling and I'm finally getting around to replacing it. I'm having a bit of an issue.

I saw on another site that I need to take off the speed sensor. The only way that I see that it can be taken off is by removing the brake line from the backing plate. Do I actually need to remove it to take the hub off?
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We want to help you fix your Cruze as quickly as possible. To do that, we need some basic information, such as:

1. Year, trim level, and transmission.
2. Miles on the car!!!
3. Check engine light, airbag, or other warning light on or "Service [insert system here]" message showing? Has somebody told you the code if the check engine light is on?
4. Approximate location of the issue.
5. As detailed a description of the problem as you can give. Something like "My 2012 Cruze Eco manual transmission with 50k miles on it is making a grinding noise from around the brake pedal at 12 mph every time I start the car, and doesn't do it again until I start the car again" is enough to let us get started. (Hint: I described the ABS self-check, and that check is normal for every Cruze on startup)
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