Question about Honda Civic
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Broken Lug Studs
You have to remove the hub to remove the bolts, if they won't come out by rotating the hub.
To remove the hub, take the cap off at the center of the hub (the cap would be poking you a the center of the hub, and is about 2 inches in diameter.
There should be a cotter key or something preventing the spindle nut from turning. Remove it. If there is a cover over the spindle nut, remove it. Take the spindle nut off. Pull lightly on the hub, and it will come off. Watch for the front bearing to pop out.
To reassemble, put hub back on spindle, put bearing and washer against bearing, thread on spindle nut and tighten while rotating hub. Back off 1/2 to 1 flat add cover (if used) and install cotter key.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
Only if there is an Acsess Hole Directly Behind the STUD'S PUNCH THE Broken SHORT one OUT But there May Not Be Enough ROOM FOR the NEW LONG STUD to go in between the HUB & Rotor Check this FIRST If you see GOOD CLEARANCE TO GET The new STUD in Then just Drive the old one out , and Use A LARGER than Stud Nut Or Washers to Pull New Stud Threw some Before Putting Wheel on. Then Put Wheel on And Tighten Wheel , Retorque after a Few Hundred Miles.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
SOURCE: broke stud on front left side
you'll have to remove the brake caliper and the rotor , the smack the stud with a hammer to knock it out then get a lug nut stud installer may have at local parts store and you need a compressor and a air impact wrench or a good size breaker bar install stun and installer and tighten till pulls in like the others
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
Your going to have to remove the hub bearing unit to replace the studs.
The studs are pressed fit, so your going to have to press it out backwards. Don't try to hamer the studs out, you may damage the Hub bearing and you might as well change the whole hub if that's the case.
Once you have the hub removed press fit the studs out backward and if you don't have a press fit, you could get away with a clamp and lot's of washer and a pipe for leverage.
To install the new studs, just follow in revers and press fit the new ones in place, it should take about 30 min to an hour to do. But take your time if you have not don this before.
Good luck and hope this helps, and if your have abs, make sure you line up your sensor before putting the wheels back on.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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