Question about 2013 Hyundai Elantra
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: wheel bearing
The front 'hub' bearing is 'pressed' out. You have to remove the steering knuckle from the vehicle and using a hydraulic press, replace the bearing by pressing out the old one and then pressing in the new one.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
SOURCE: rear end bearing hyundai elantra
I presume you mean rear wheel bearing. If that is the case, you simply replace the entire wheel mounting assembly as this car, as do almost all others, has sealed bearings and there is no fixing the problem - unless you happen to have a very big hydraulic press! Study it carefully as you remove the old one and put it back together in reverse order. It may involve detaching the brake line, definitely will if you have anti lock brakes, and if that is necessary you MUST bleed the air out of the brake line before driving the car.
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
With the car on ground, break loose the drive-axle nut, and the wheel nuts , than jack up the car, support it properly, remove the wheel ,remove the axle-nut.
Remove the brake caliper assembly-- support it properly.
Remove the two bolts that hold the hub bracket to the Macpherson strut assemble, remove the lower arm ball joint and remove the steering tie- rod ball-joint attached to the hub bracket. That's it.Slide off the hub /with the bracket off the drive-shaft.
Follow steps backwards to assemble back.
Posted on Apr 09, 2010
SOURCE: front right bearing on my
Its somewhat difficult if you have a press to remove and install the bearing, a ball joint tool and a tie rod end tool. If you do have a press it will take about two hours, if you don't have a press you don't want to do it.
The steps go like this:
1.Lift and support the car safely.
2. Remove the tire and wheel.
3. Remove the CV axle nut.
4. Remove the speed sensor
5. Remove the front brake assembly from the knuckle and hang it with a coat hanger or bungee strap DO NOT let it hang from the brake hoes as that may damage it. You don't have to remove the brake hose.
6. Disconnect the lower ball joint, this takes a special tool.
7. Disconnect the tie rod end, this take a special tool.
8. Disconnect the CV axle from hub, this takes a special tool.
9. Remove the hub and knuckle from the strut.
Put the assembly on a work bench.
1. On the back side remove the snap ring.
Now this is where you need a press.
2. Press the hub out of the bearing.
3. Press the bearing out of the knuckle.
Now just reverse the order for installation.
Torque on the axle nut us critical 148 -192 foot pounds do not use an impact gun.
Posted on Feb 20, 2011
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