Question about 1991 Volkswagen Jetta
Jetta uses 2 tapered roller bearings on each side.
Remove the dust cap off the centre of the drum. Remove the split pin. Remove the nut and washer. The drum will now come off. Clear the rear axle of all brake dust and grease. Remove the races from the drum by using tapping them out. You wil need a metal dowel (I us my socket wrench's extention). Clean out the old grease and assure that the race seat is propely cleaned When reinstalling the new race use the old one to drive the new one in. Be careful and make sure the race is properly seated as incorrect fitment will lead to premature failure. Fit a new grease seal(dont forget to insert the bearing first)
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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