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How to change front wheel bearing on a skoda octavia

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SOURCE: Change front wheel bearings

u will need to remove the brake cailper and the the brake rotor, then the hub retaining nut, that is a large metric nut, the bearing and hub must come off, then u will need to take this hub to a machine shop or the dealer and have the new bearing pressed in.
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Front Wheel PRICE: $47.99, PART SOURCE: Rockauto.com

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Posted on Mar 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Rear wheel bearing diagram

The bearing is pressed in so you will have to carry the hub to a machine shop to have the old bearing pressed out and the new bearing pressed in once you have the hub off the car.

Process to remove hub is as follows (from the 1990 Miata Service manual)

Remove rear wheel, rear wheel brake caliper assembly (suspend with a rope), and disc plate.

Check for rear hub play with a dial indicator, if excessive play either tighten the locknut or remove hub and replace bearing.

To remove bearing bend up the locknut stake and remove axle nut - torque is between 159 - 217 ft pounds.

Now remove the hub, retaining ring, rear wheel knuckle, wheel bearing (if loose), dust cover.

Replace with new parts, locknut, dust cover, knuckle bushings and hub bolts (if worn).

Take knuckle with wheel bearing to machine shop and have old bearing pressed out and new bearing pressed in.

Assembly is reverse of the above.

I have personally found that by the time I pay a machine shop to do the removal and reinstall of the bearing and take my time into account it is less expensive to pay a good shop to do this work for me.

DIY information at Miata.net

Posted on May 10, 2009

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It's not a easy job you will need a press to take the old one out and replace the new one, my advice to you is take the steering knockle out and have your local shop press the bearing out for you and put the new one in. This way you just have to bolt everything back up and your good to go.

Posted on Oct 20, 2009

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SOURCE: front brake pads 2005 Skoda Octavia 1.9td

I have no idea what a skoda octavia is, but I know brakes are brakes. You have 2 bolts holding the pads in a slide, the bolts have threads only at the top, the rest is the slide, pull those bolts, if that doesn't release the slide, take out the 2 bolts holding the caliper on there, pull the slide out the other way. replace the pads, make sure they go back in the way came out. Put the bolts back on, tighten them up, you should be all set. The pad thickness sensor is just a ground, when the wire hits metal, it turns on a light, It should go off when it is not touching anything. You should have squealers on there too, they give an audible screech telling you it is time for some new pads. Hope this helps.

Posted on Apr 26, 2010

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