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What is the complete torque specification/procedure for the 2002 Elantra GT rear wheel bearing nut? My left rear seems to be good for no more than 50,000 miles or so. The dealer has changed the left rear twice before the warranty ran out and I'm on the second left rear replacement out of warranty. The right rear has lasted 150,000 miles so far! Oh, and third set of parking cables! I wonder if there is a specification for end play that the dealer and I am unaware of and not observing? BTW, if you are turning right at a decent speed, the left side bearings are loaded up and they get louder if they are bad. You should be able to tell if they are front or rear.

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SOURCE: Change front wheel bearings

u will need to remove the brake cailper and the the brake rotor, then the hub retaining nut, that is a large metric nut, the bearing and hub must come off, then u will need to take this hub to a machine shop or the dealer and have the new bearing pressed in.
BCA/NATIONAL Part # 510078 moreinfo.gif {Ball Bearing Bore=1.5354" Outer Diameter=2.9134" Width=1.4173"}
Front Wheel PRICE: $47.99, PART SOURCE: Rockauto.com

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SOURCE: Rear wheel bearings on Hyundai Accent

no i do not believe they are press in there are held in by a seal try www.autozone.com to see if they have your car listed if they do you will be able to get a diagram showing you how they come a part.

Posted on Apr 24, 2009

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SOURCE: "Humming" or "bearing" type noise in left front at highway speeds

That's a hub bearing. Replace the one that's doing it. I'm assuming this 'roar' is coming from the front, NOT the rear.

Posted on Jun 28, 2009

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