Question about 2001 Hyundai Sonata
Pretty simple really remove wheel you can usually remove rotor with brake caliper still together as to not upset brake shoes in the center of the wheel hub there is a cap that you remove with screw driver and there will be a nut which will have a split pin or a lock washer installed to to stop nut from coming loose remove split pin or flatten out tabs on lock washer and remove main nut the remove rotor to reveal wheel bearings replace re grease and reassemble dont do up main nut over tight make sure wheel is free spinning without excess movement be sure to fold lockwasher tabs or place split pin remember if you have a problem you always have the other side to go on dont pull both sides apart at the same time hope this is helpfull any more questions just ask glenn.......
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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