Question about Honda Accord
Correct answer is to take off wheel and caliper in it's bracket and work through that space!
Posted on May 21, 2012
wheel studs are fairly easy to change.
Once you purchase the new replacements, it will be pretty obvious, but basically, you remove the tire and rim of your car, and carefully tap the old studs inward to remove them, then insert the new one, and usually you can use the lug nut to pull the new one into place, by carefully tightening it down.
Posted on Oct 09, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Only if there is an Acsess Hole Directly Behind the STUD'S PUNCH THE Broken SHORT one OUT But there May Not Be Enough ROOM FOR the NEW LONG STUD to go in between the HUB & Rotor Check this FIRST If you see GOOD CLEARANCE TO GET The new STUD in Then just Drive the old one out , and Use A LARGER than Stud Nut Or Washers to Pull New Stud Threw some Before Putting Wheel on. Then Put Wheel on And Tighten Wheel , Retorque after a Few Hundred Miles.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
need to take the tire off the use an impact wrench to pull of the big nut holding the cv axle on the vehicle then remove the rotor you will see the studs use a hammer to tap it out then tap in the new one.
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
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