How to replace rear bearings in ve commodore
Commodore's are not sold here in the USA. So I'll give it my best shot on two different rear axle setups Since he is mechanically inclined, Look at it. That's what I do before any job. If you have CV axles in back, This is to easy, he will figure it out. Remove the axle nut, remove the bolts for the bearing. Most light duty vehicles are set up like this. Next is the straight axle. You have to remove the differential plate, on most. Remove the bolt to release the center pin.( some others, you have to pry out the axles). Remove the tires, push in on the axles and remove the C clip, pull the axles out. Use a bearing puller or chisel out the bearings. There are different set ups for nissan's and honda's and lexus. These you have to remove the brakes to unbolt the axle to get them out.
Jul 12, 2012 |
Holden Cars & Trucks