Question about Isuzu Cars & Trucks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Jack up the wheel ,take off the allen screws (no oil) then see a locking ring with 3 cross head screws which will be very tight. take them out turn the adjusting ring cockwise and spin the wheel till the play is gone then get the next set of holes in line so there is a tiny bit of load on the bearings and bolt it back up - job done .
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
Remove the brake caliper
Remove the disc, (rotor)
Remove the 34mm nut on the axel shaft
Remove the three (3) bolts from the back side
You will need a wheel puller (three jaw will work well)
Place the puller over the hub and tighten, this will push the shaft out of the hub. Now you have to pull the hub assy. out of the mounting bracket. I found hitting each side,of the hub with a lead hammer to work well. Don't forget to disconnect the ABS senser on the back side of the hub assy.
Do not over tighten the 34mm axel nut when you install the new assy. If you use an impact whrench on it you will damage the bearing.
Posted on May 03, 2009
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