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I would like to know the specs of a front wheel bearing for a Suzuki ignis

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Replace front hub assembly 2002 Suzuki XL7


the front wheel bearing hub?
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my wild guess, is the questions was
what are all steps to do this job. and tools.
that?
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https://suzukipitstopplus.com/Products/10056-2002-grand-vitara-xl-7-service-manual.aspx

http://www.fixkick.com/hubs/FW_BEARINGS.html#newer
the link shows all years, and variances.

here is a photo review, that is accurate up to
1998, and beyond , if you skip the bearing service parts. as yours are INTEGRATED
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http://www.fixkick.com/hubs/FW_BEARINGS.html


the photo 6a and B
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so do that , buy a new hub and put it back
the same way, using the tool stated
at the stated ranges of torque
123-180 ft/lbs.
this range allows you to get the screws into the locking rings.

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How to replace front wheel bearing?


old post, but you are first to say front. many others fail to say end of car.

is your car 4wd, as 2wd is different rules. so...??????

I toss coin land on 4WD.

2000 front wheel bearing

got it.

the 2000 year, is important.

this year is the last year, before non untized hubs.

http://www.fixkick.com/hubs/FW_BEARINGS.html#newer



my posts is for stock cars. only, and USA spec, cars.

other countries, evolve this in different years.



2000 (never 2001+)

fsm quotes



  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions section.


  2. Remove or disconnect the following:



    • Front wheel


    • Brake caliper and rotor


    • Locking hub or hub drive flange, if equipped,(it is)


    • Hub grease cap, if equipped


    • Wheel speed sensor, if equipped (ABS)


    • Wheel bearing lockwasher


    • Wheel bearing locknut (ring) and inner washer


    • Wheel hub and bearing assembly (slide hammer?)


    • Wheel hub oil seal


    • Wheel bearing oil seal


    • Snapring




  3. Press the wheel bearing and race out of the hub.


reverse is same but the lock ring must be set

to 123-180PSI. stop tightening above 123 at first alignment hole in lock ring..

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