Question about 2002 Suzuki XL-7
The front wheel bearing hub?
XL-7 (the dash matters)
my wild guess, is the questions was
what are all steps to do this job. and tools.
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
the photo 6a and B
shows removing the hub,
so do that , buy a new hub and put it back
the same way, using the tool stated
at the stated ranges of torque
this range allows you to get the screws into the locking rings.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
have you un bolted the strut and disconnected the ball joint you have to do this to have room for the shaft to come out
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
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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: Replace front hub assembly....
Replacing the front wheel bearing/hubs can be a big job for the inexperianced. Briefly...
Remove brake caliper assembly, do not remove brake line.
Remove caliper bracket.
Remove brake rotor.
Unplug ABS sensor.
Remove the large axle nut.
Press axle out of bearing (may need special tool)
Remove the 3 bearing bolts and remove bearing.
Posted on Jun 11, 2010
Lift and SAFELY support the front of the vehicle.
Remove caliper bracket to steering knuckle bolts- larger and closer to the axle.
Use a wire or strap to support the caliper out of the way.
Remove the rotor
Remove the dust cap-( useless on these, but they put them there anyway)
Remove the axle nut- 36mm
Use a hammer and block of wood to make sure the axle is loose.
Remove the ABS wiring from the body
Remove the 3 15mm bolts from the back side of the knuckle.
Use the block of wood and hammer on the back of the hub flange to loosen the hub.
Clean the surface of rust,
Install new hub.
Here you can find the quality parts http://www.autopartspoint.com/products/wheel-hub-bearing.html
Posted on Aug 30, 2011
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