Youtube the crap out of it man... Get an idea what special tools you might need. What size axle nut socket and stuff like that. Watch several different videos, more than one way to skin a cat. And some guys will give up hints for problems to watch for during the job.
I've never worked on a Camry. Recently did wheel bearings on my daughter's corolla but it's an 06. THOUGHT I had a handle on wheel bearings... the Corolla threw me a curve and Youtube saved the day.
Don't guess you're in The Falls? I've got a lift, press, 4 BIG hammers... way too many pullers..
2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP
1990 Trooper 2.8 V6 Auto (Wrecked... sent to the crusher)
1993 Shortbed, regular cab Z71 (Donated to step-son #2)(deceased, parted out)(Forums for GM and fullsize 4X4s suck... so I'm still hanging out here)
1965 Ford Fairlane 500 Sports Coupe 289 & 4 speed (some assembly required)
1968 Kaiser M715, Chevy 350/700r4, stock NP200 and 5.87 gears... prepping for Ford 390/T-18/divorced NP205 transplant.. .just because.