Well I'm an amateur but I just removed that nut on my hose bib and the long stem with the faucet washer came right out. I'm hoping the seat is ok as I don't know how I would get that out. For you I would put screws into the siding where the two side notches are in the face plate then get a crescent wrench on the the valve body to hold it from turning and lastly get a box wrench that will completely encircle that nut and unscrew it. Pros please chime in if I am off base, but this worked for me.
It will unscrew. Use two wrenches. One to hold back on the faucet the other to remove the nut. Put the packing nut back on it has nothing to do with removing the stem. The noise your hearing is most likely coming from a loose washer on the end of the stem.
Looks like a 'frost proof hose bib, which has a longer stem to prevent freezing...The nut you indicate in the picture's the only one you will need to loosen...use a larger crescent wrench and hold opposite rotation(back up) with a smaller pipe wrench.
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