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Im looking for the rear wheel hub for a rear disc brake 4wd 1993 Subaru loyale

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Brakes locking on 1991 Subaru Loyale


You calipers are sticking in the sliders. Typical Subaru problem. Time for a brake job.

Jan 12, 2017 | Subaru Cars & Trucks

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How do u remove hubs on a 1992 Isuzu big horn


TO DO WHAT? not even the smallest hint on job or failure.>?
USA?
hubs, the rears have hubs to with disc brake option.rotor hubs.
I guess front hubs?.
guess 2, wheel bearing hubs, and not 4wd axle locking hub units.
doing what?
brakes, wheel bearings, axle damage. 4wd axle bearings what?
the pages are 2wd pages, and 4 wd pages, which is yours?
is this your first time DIY ever. ? or first time 4wd?
guess 3, 4wd, how am I guessing....


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wow......
our usa book lists it as trooper only.
so ...

just B or B then A off? if you had b off, you'd see what?, a big nut.
that is locked to spindle shaft.
ill guess? wheel bearings are bad? (just in hub not spindle bearings bad... no matter this is first.)
so you do what. ? here are the steps.

that part"B" must be off first, see the bolts holding it, ?
B = auto locking hubs. or hub axle lockers.
26005769-b5pjo3cin0lhc1b54v4xlnuy-4-0.jpg you can see the caliber must come off, so, do so and tie them up.
  1. "Place the Transfer shift in the 2H position.
  2. Raise and support the front of the vehicle safely on jackstands. (rear tires chocked, and hand brake set hard)
  3. Remove the wheel and tire assembly.
  4. Loosen the hub to rotor retainer bolts.
  5. Remove the brake caliper mounting bolts and carefully remove the caliper (along with the brake pads) from the rotor. Do not disconnect the brake line. Secure the caliper out of the way with the flexible line still connected.
  6. Remove the hub nut using hub wrench J-29020-A or equivalent. ( special tool)
  7. Remove the hub cap assembly retainer bolts. Remove the spindle nut, washers, and other components. Remove the hub/rotor, being careful not to drop the outer wheel bearings. As the hub/rotor is pulled forward, the outer wheel bearings will often fall forward.
  8. Once the hub/rotor is removed, remove the retainer bolts securing the rotor and hub together. Inspect the hub and replace if needed."
  9. end removal. install is next... (alldata.com covers this)

Dec 13, 2015 | Isuzu Cars & Trucks

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My 4 wheel drive stopped working. Is there a switch in push button shift knob? Is there a way to test or find a short?


on older subies there is a fuse against the firewall for the 4wd. Id start there seeing it would be the cheapest. The fuse was a nice feature so the car would only be in front wheel drive in the summer and 4wd when you needed it. If that isnt your problem, check to see if you have any air leaks, im not that familiar with older subies. I hope its only ur fuse, good luck

Apr 27, 2011 | 1993 Subaru Loyale

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My 1993 subaru loyale just won't start sometimes. usually happens when parked on flat surface. automatic gears won't shift. wheel seems to lock then unlock. when i push the gear release...shift lever will...


Age of vehicle would suggest excess play in the selector shaft. Adjust to remove "slop"
Wear in the Safety override Ignition start solenoid for Park/Neutral.
Chafed wiring to the Start circuit from the above.
Faulty Brake light switch.
Best of luck.
Regards, DT

Mar 14, 2011 | 1993 Subaru Loyale

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How do i replace front wheel bearings on a 1991 subaru lyale 4wd wagon ?


  1. Remove the steering knuckle assembly from the vehicle, and secure in a soft-jawed vise.
  2. Drive out the hub from the steering knuckle. If the inner bearing race remains in the hub, press it out.

    NOTE Be careful not to scratch the polished area of the hub.

  3. Remove the rotor shield.
  4. Remove the inner and outer seals.
  5. Remove the snapring from the steering knuckle.
  6. Press the inner bearing race to remove the outer bearing.
  7. If equipped with ABS, remove the tone ring.
  8. Press the wheel lugs from the hub.

    NOTE To prevent deforming the hub, do not hammer the lugs out.

To install:
  1. Press new wheel lugs into the hub.
  2. If equipped, clean all foreign material from the hub and tone ring. Install the tone ring.
  3. Clean the inside of the steering knuckle.
  4. Remove the plastic lock from the inner race and press a new, greased bearing into the hub by pressing the outer race.
  5. Install the snapring into its groove.
  6. Press a new outer oil seal until it contacts the bottom of the housing.
  7. Press a new inner oil seal until it contacts the circlip.
  8. Apply grease to the oil seal lips.
  9. Install the rotor shield and tighten the bolts to 10 ft. lbs. (14 Nm).
  10. Attach the hub to the steering knuckle.
  11. Press a new bearing into the hub by driving the inner race.
  12. Install the steering knuckle.
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Front axle and bearing assembly—Sedan, Coupe, Loyale, XT, Wagon and Brat

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Driving out the inner bearing assembly

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Pressing the bearing in

Oct 19, 2009 | 1991 Subaru Loyale

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Rear brakes locked on my 92 loyale wagon. How do I


Your rear emergency cables are frozen. You can try pulling back toward the rear of the vehicle on the center cable while someone inside wiggles the lever up and down slightly NOT all the way up. Then by grabbing individually the left cable and twisting and bending it,it may release. Do the same to the other side. Soon as you can get a can of Liquid wrench or an equivelent, NOT WD-40, and soak the two rear lines going to each wheel. ASAP, the rear cables and any other frozen/worn parts should be replaced.

Aug 30, 2009 | 1992 Subaru Loyale

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I need to find the right size tires for my car


Look for label/sticker on drivers door or door post. Also If you go to (tirerack.com) or similar, when you enter your vehicle information, it will usually tell you what size is normally on your vehicle.

Feb 16, 2009 | 1993 Subaru Loyale

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Stuck in 4wd


Apparently, their is an electrically controlled, vaccuum servo located below the spare donut tire under the hood which is malfunctioning. It is connected to a lever on the side of transmission, by a cable. A temporary fix is to get the lever to move forward by hand. Jack up the car on the passenger side. Between the two transmission cross members, above the exaust pipe behind the catylictic converter, you will see the lever connected to the cable. Push lever forward towards motor to disengage rear wheels. This will allow you to travel on a hard road until you can get to a mechanic.

Dec 18, 2008 | 1993 Subaru Loyale

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1993 Subaru Loyale Wheel Bearing Gone


Take it to a machine shop with a hydralic press, or find a big socket that fits on the OUTER bearing race and tap tap tap it out.   Don't tap on the inner race as you will just blow the bearing apart with the outer race still stuck.  If you go to the machine shop, have them press the new bearing in, otherwise you will need to be careful with the caveman approach to installing it not to get it cocked sideways or hammer on it much.

Oct 04, 2008 | 1993 Subaru Loyale

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