Question about 1992 Honda Accord
See Figures 1, 2 and 3
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
You need a hub puller.
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
I am in the process of replacing my axle halfshafts, and doing brakes while everything is torn apart. The rotors on 90-95 accords are a b!tch. The previous solution is for "EXCEPT 1990-95 ACCORD. instructions 1,2,3 are the same, but then u must remove the steering knuckle from the vehicle, this involves separating upper and lower ball joints, separate tie rod end, finally remove the knuckle assembly by pulling it off the halfshaft.(as u have already figured out on your own--good work!) Now remove 4 bolts hub unit to steering knuckle, remove 4 bolts holding hub unit to disc, and I love this part, 'SEPARATE THE HUB FROM THE BRAKE ROTOR. You are correct chomino, u need a press to separate them, although I beat the he!! out of mine and separtated them. You must be careful to use a pipe or socket the same size (or slightly smaller) as the bearing, and I supported the rotor on blocks of 2x4 on edge so the lug nut studs wouldn't be making contact w/ the floor as I beat the p!ss out of it. The manual also recommends replacing the bearings and races if dissasembled (more work, more need of a press, more money. I've done a lot of brake jobs, and this is the worst year(s) honda I have ever seen. I have a 91 Prelude that's a peice of cake.
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
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