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Refitting rear hub nuts after wheel bearing change on ford fusion

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SOURCE: what torque for rear wheel bearing Ford Focus 2000

Can only find out that the hub needs to be tightened to
235 nm Dunno if this helps

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SOURCE: Torque specs for front wheel hub nut

112 to 174 ft lbs

Posted on Apr 04, 2009

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SOURCE: Rear wheel bearing diagram

What year miata?

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129 ft/lbs. Per Bentley...I'm pretty sure it's a 30 mm 12 point socket.

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SOURCE: ford fiesta 1999 rear wheel bearings

yes it is one big nut, however it looks like 4 individual nuts due to the fact that they are a thinly stacked layer or thin nuts held together by what you called the tab washer............only way to replace is to get a new one from ford........

Posted on Sep 19, 2009

Testimonial: "Thank-you for that, I have ordered a new one from the ford dealers. I just wonder why the 4 nuts were fitted in the first place? thank you"

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2014 Ford Fusion 2.5L, 2WD Torque Specs for front wheel hub assembly needed Axle nut/bolt, Hub bolts


the four axle nuts, 98 ft lbs, tighten in criss-cross pattern.
The hub nut/wheel bearing, 148 ft lbs, use new nut, don't let vehicle weight sit on the ground while torqueing, it could damage the wheel bearing.
If I left something out, give me a holler.

Jul 26, 2017 | Ford Cars & Trucks

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2001fordfocusrearwheelbearingreplacement


The rear bearing is a complete unit held on by a single centre nut. Remove the hub, press out the old bearing, refit the new one. This is a safety critical item and require trained knowledge and workshop tools. A new nut is required for restaking when correctly torqued up.
Go online to images for Ford Focus wheel bearing to get an idea of whats involved.

Aug 15, 2014 | 2001 Ford Focus

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How to take of lefthand bearing and replace bearing to econovan 1999 ford


I take it that the van is a rear wheel drive. So remove the wheel. Remove the brake caliper and lift off the disc. Undo the axle nut and remove hub from axle. Knock out both the bearing cups and clean hub center. Fit new cups into the hub ensuring they are tight against the seat. Thaking a small amount of grease in the palm of you hand take the cone and with the most open area tend to scrape the grease from you palm so that the grease is forced between the rollers until it come out the smallest end.This grease is all thaty you will need for a properly lubricated bearing. Spread grease evenly around the outside of the rollers. Fit inner cone into hub and tap in new grease seal (lip facing bearing) Having repeated lubricating process on outer cone fit hub back on axle and fit outer cone. Fitflat washer and nut . Do nut up while turning hub so as to seat bearings. Tighten nut until a slight drag is felt when turning the hub. Now comes the difficult part. Without touching the hub undo the nut until it is slightly loose then do it back up until it just touches the bearing. THis is a no preload -no freeplay position for the bearing. Having achieved this, pin the nut . IF it is necessary to turn the nut to allow this to happen tighten the nut slightly. Refit dust cap ,calpier, wheel etc REmember to replace both bearings cups and cones and use high temp grease Safety first --place the vehiocle in stands--- not bricks

Mar 07, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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How to change a rear wheel bearing on a 2004 ford taurus???


How to Replace Rear Wheel Bearing/Hub Assembly on a 2nd generation Taurus

The following procedure is for a Ford Taurus (VIN S), with rear drum brakes and ABS.

1. Loosen wheel lug nuts, raise rear of vehicle, and support securely on jack stands. Block front wheels and remove rear wheels.

2. Remove brake drum (parking brake must be off).

3. Remove and clean ABS Sensor (Torx E8) with a spritzled rag.

4. Remove grease cap from hub.

5. Remove and discard hub retaining nut (36 mm). This is a compound nut, comprised of several nuts inside a metal cage. Use a 36 mm axle nut socket (e.g., OEM 25206). Many auto parts stores will lend you this socket. A 1/2-inch drive air impact wrench or breaker bar is necessary to remove the nut.

6. Remove wheel bearing/hub assembly from spindle. It easily comes off by hand.

7. Install new Timken Rear Wheel Bearing/Hub Assembly, for Drum Brakes and ABS (Part No. 512162). Tighten new axle spindle nut (Dorman 05114) 221 lb.-ft., replace grease cap, and button everything up.

Jun 22, 2012 | 2004 Ford Taurus

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Where the hell can I get a FREE PDF download for my Ford fusion 2 for the removal and replacement of the rear wheel bearings as well as the torque settings for the final nut after replacement.All the so...


Rear Suspension - Rear Wheel Bearing Fusion 2002.75 (06/2002-)

-Removal and Installation

Special Tool(s)

Installer, Differential Bearing
205-062

Installer, Input Shaft Seal
307-210 (17-041)


General Equipment
Soft faced hammerWooden block

Removal

CAUTION: The brake drum and hub assembly removal in this procedure is for installing a new wheel bearing, not for access to brake system components.

-All vehicles

Remove the dust cap.
Remove the wheel and tire.
For additional information, refer to: Wheel and Tire (204-04 Wheels and Tires, Removal and Installation).

-Vehicles with rear drum brakes
Release the parking brake.
Remove the brake drum and hub assembly.
Remove and discard the wheel hub retaining nut.


-Vehicles with rear disc brakes
Remove the brake disc.
For additional information, refer to in this section.

Remove the wheel hub.
Remove and discard the wheel hub retaining nut.


-All vehicles

Remove and discard the wheel speed sensor ring (brake disc shown).
Remove the circlip (brake disc shown).
Using the special tool, remove and discard the wheel bearing (brake disc shown).

-Installation

-All vehicles

CAUTION: Support the wheel hub assembly on the wheel mounting face and not on the wheel nut studs.

Using the special tool, install the new wheel bearing (brake disc shown).

Install the circlip (brake disc shown).

CAUTIONS:

Make sure the wheel speed sensor ring is not knocked, damaged and kept free from metal fragments.

Protect the face of the wheel speed sensor ring with a non-ferrous flat block to prevent damage.

Make sure the wheel hub or brake drum is adequately supported and do not allow it to rest on the wheel studs..

Make sure the wheel speed sensor ring is pressed on slowly and squarely until fully seated.

Do not exceed a maximum load of 10 kN.

Using the special tool, install a new wheel speed sensor ring (brake disc shown).

Vehicles with rear drum brakes

CAUTIONS:

Avoid impact on the wheel speed sensor ring.

Make sure the wheel speed sensor ring is clean.

Avoid any contact between the wheel speed sensor ring and a magnetic surface.

Rotate the wheel hub assembly 10 times counter-clockwise when tightening the wheel hub retaining nut to prevent damage to the wheel bearing.

NOTE: Install a new wheel hub retaining nut.

Install the brake drum and hub assembly.
Apply the parking brake.

-Vehicles with rear disc brakes


CAUTIONS:

Avoid impact on the wheel speed sensor ring.

Make sure the wheel speed sensor ring is clean.

Avoid any contact between the wheel speed sensor ring and a magnetic surface.

Rotate the wheel hub assembly 10 times counter-clockwise when tightening the wheel hub retaining nut to prevent damage to the wheel bearing.

NOTE: Install a new wheel hub retaining nut.

Install the wheel hub retaining nut.
Install the brake disc.
For additional information, refer to in this section.


-All vehicles
Install the wheel and tire.
For additional information, refer to: Wheel and Tire (204-04 Wheels and Tires, Removal and Installation).

NOTE: If the dust cap is damaged a new dust cap must be installed.

Using a soft faced hammer and a wooden block, install the dust cap.


There is no real torque settings for the rear wheels, except to say, do not over tighten or you will stretch the lugs and the will loosen over time.

May 28, 2011 | Ford Fusion Cars & Trucks

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Procedure for replacing rear whl brgs on a 2003 escape awd


4-Wheel Drive
  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions Section.
  2. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Negative battery cable
    • Rear wheel
    • Rear brake shoes
    • Rear halfshaft nut and loosen the halfshaft from the hub
    • Wheel hub and place it in a vise
    • Inner wheel bearing race from the hub
    • Antilock Brake System (ABS) sensor bracket and move the sensor aside, if equipped
    • Parking brake cable from the steering knuckle
    • Brake line from the wheel cylinder and support the knuckle
    • Lower shock absorber nut
    • Lower ball joint by holding the ball joint stud
    • Upper ball joint
    • Coil spring while noting the location of the insulator
    • Steering knuckle cam
    • Steering knuckle
    • Snapring and press out the outer wheel bearing race from the knuckle
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      Rear hub and bearing
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To install:

  1. Install or connect the following:
    • New wheel bearing into the steering knuckle
    • Snapring to the knuckle
    • Wheel hub
    • Steering knuckle cam and hand tighten the bolt
    • Coil spring
    • Shock absorber lower nut. Torque the nut to 85 ft. lbs. (115 Nm) for 2002-04 models; 129 ft. lbs. (175 Nm).
    • Upper ball joint. Torque the nut to 76 ft. lbs. (103 Nm).
    • Lower ball joint. Torque the nut to 76 ft. lbs. (103 Nm). Align the steering knuckle cam and torque the bolt to 85 ft. lbs. (115 Nm).
    • Brake line to the wheel cylinder. Torque the brake line bracket bolt to 15 ft. lbs. (20 Nm) and the brake line fastener to 11 ft. lbs. (15 Nm).
    • Parking brake cable to the backing plate. Torque the bolt to 16 ft. lbs. (22 Nm).
    • ABS sensor bracket. Torque the bolt to 80 inch lbs. (9 Nm), if equipped
    • Halfshaft nut. Torque the nut to 214 ft. lbs. (290 Nm).
    • Brake shoes
    • Rear wheel
    • Negative battery cable
  2. Fill and bleed the brake system.
  3. Check and adjust the wheel alignment as needed.

2-Wheel Drive
  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions Section.
  2. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Negative battery cable
    • Rear wheel
    • Rear brake drum
    • Wheel hub nut
    • Wheel hub
    • Inner wheel bearing race from the hub
    • Snapring
    • Wheel bearing outer race from the knuckle
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      Rear hub and bearing
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      Rear hub removal
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      Inner wheel bearing removal-rear hub/bearing
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      Rear wheel bearing removal-2wd
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      Rear wheel bearing removal-4wd

To install:
Install or connect the following:

  • Wheel bearing in to the knuckle
  • Snapring
  • Wheel hub into the wheel bearing
  • Wheel hub nut. Torque the nut to 214 ft. lbs. (290 Nm).
  • Brake drum
  • Rear wheel
  • Negative battery cable
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    Rear wheel bearing installation
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    hope this helps if so send testimonial comment or even any other questions you have

Jan 16, 2011 | Ford Escape Cars & Trucks

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Can you please tell me how to change the rear wheel bearings on a 1999 Vauxhall corsa van. The make and model is not correct it didnt have Vauxhall to choose from. Thank you Rob


yes sorry but you know the americans ,they dont do geography and they beleave in flat earth theory ,lose sight of land and the world stops ,yes easy job they are taper bearings on vehicle of this age and easy to change ,hardest part is knocking the bearing paths out ,when i service vehicles and i always take the back drums off to clean and inspect and adjust the auto brake adjuster i always put some engine oil in the dust cap before i refit to keep the grease soft ,anyway dont you know this is a opel not a vauhall -GB doesnt exist anymore across the channel but its a third world religious ethnic state of mohamed .

Jan 03, 2011 | Volkswagen Corrado Cars & Trucks

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Change rear wheel bearing is it hard to do ford fusion 03


Lightly losen the lug nuts with the tires on the the ground. Jack up the car and remove the tire according to the owner's manual. Make sure to block the wheels. After the tire is removed, release the park brake. Support the car on jack stands. Remove four bolts from the rear of hub. The hub nut will be 29 mm - it is important that you have a tight fit if you attempt to remove the nut.

At this point you MAY have to loosen or remove the remove the emergency brake cable. Either way the hub is ready to be removed. The front of the hub (with the lugs) and the bearing will come out and the back plate and brake shoes will remain in place.

Once you get it off, you may either purchase a hub assembly (which includes the hub with a new bearing in place ready-to-go) or take the existing hub and a replacement bearing to an auto machine shop which can easily remove the old bearing and install the new bearing. Using extreme care you can remove the old one using bearing pullers and prybars and replace the bearing using large deep sockets or a properly sized piece of steel pipe.

Since you have the hub apart, you should inspect the brake shoes and (brake) wheel cylinders and replace them as needed. Replace brake parts on both sides if you replace them on either.

Put the hub back into the brake shoes. It may only line up one way. Finger tighten ALL FOUR of the bolts and then tighten. Replace the tire and remove the lifting equipment. Start slowly so the brakes can readjust!

Sep 17, 2010 | 2004 Ford Focus

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We are trying to replace my rear wheel bearing. Can anyone give any ideas how to get it apart?


here is how to replace it on a 2 wheel drive please do not forget to rate and comment about your experience today. 2-Wheel Drive
  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions Section.
  2. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Negative battery cable
    • Rear wheel
    • Rear brake drum
    • Wheel hub nut
    • Wheel hub
    • Inner wheel bearing race from the hub
    • Snapring
    • Wheel bearing outer race from the knuckle

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To install:
  1. Install or connect the following:
    • Wheel bearing in to the knuckle
    • Snapring
    • Wheel hub into the wheel bearing
    • Wheel hub nut. Torque the nut to 214 ft. lbs. (290 Nm).
    • Brake drum
    • Rear wheel
    • Negative battery cable
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Apr 11, 2009 | 2005 Ford Escape

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How do you change rear wheel bearing on mondeo 2002 tdci thanks? muzz.


The new bearing comes complete with hub and abs sensor, just remove the wheel, the brake caliper and disc, the connector for the abs, and the hub nut. Slide the worn hub off, fit the new one and refit components in the order you removed them. New bearing from Ford is over £200, but you should find a QH one for around £78 inc. vat.

Mar 30, 2009 | AMC CJ7 Cars & Trucks

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