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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
and?? finish the question does not have power steering now? bleed the system it has air in it and fill the P.S. pump reservoir. More info please.
Posted on May 29, 2009
The direct answer is yes......but!
Unless you are a skilled welder, don't attempt this.
Get a really good welder to have a look at the condition of the metal before making any attempt to weld.
I believe some jurisdictions will not allow this type of repair to be made, so you might want to check you state and / or local inspection requirements.
At all costs, BE SAFE WITH THIS!!!
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
Well, I guess it comes down to what you are calling a "spindle". The hub and bearing assembly comes out of the steering knukle. Yes, the hub and wheel studs are part of the bearing assembly. It doesn't really have a "spindle" in the old-fashioned sense. Assuming that your Canyon is a 4X4, the hub and bearing assembly comes of like this:
Raise and support the vehicle. Remove the tire and wheel assmbly. Remove the brake caliper assembly and brake pads. Remove the Caliper Bracket from the steering knuckle. Remove the disc brake rotor. Remove the large nut from the end of the drive axle. Disconnect the electrical connector for the wheel speed sensor. Push the drive axle inward to gain access to, and remove the 3 bolts securing the bearing and hub assembly on the inside of the steering knuckle. Beat the S**T out of the bearing and hub assembly to make it come loose from the steering knuckle. (They ommitted this step in the service manual - LOL!)
Reverse steps to install. (it shouldn't be necessary to beat the new bearing though :) )
Posted on Apr 27, 2011
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