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How do I replace the passenger side rear wheel bearing on a 2007 Suzuki Swift. Thank you

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  • 1970Jerry Apr 10, 2011

    Hi guys,

    I am trying to replace the REAR wheel bearing passenger side on a 2007 Suzuki swift. I have can't undo the bearing retaining nut to remove the bearing. The nut is a crimping one, I have removed the indented portion yet the nut won't budge. What way does it turn as I have been going counter clock wise is this right.
    I am stuck please help

  • 1970Jerry Apr 10, 2011

    Thank you for your assistance, I will give it a go.

    Regards Robert.

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The wheel bearings are press fit, to replace them you have to remove the steering knuckle and and press the bearing out, i do have a replacement procedure if you would like it i will send it to you but i will need your e-mail there are a lot of images and there is not enough space on fixya to post them. also you will need some special tools to do the job.

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    john nail Apr 10, 2011

    it is right handed thread, so you need to turn it counter clockways, you will need to drive a small flat chesel under the stake spot and will most likely need a 1/2" impact to remove the nut its tight, also the bearing is press fit also so you will need to remove the spendal assembly to press the bearing out and back in, and again you will need some specal tools to do the job.

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    john nail Apr 10, 2011

    if you remove the spendal and turn it over you might be able to use an old socket about 1 1/2" and drive the bearing and hub out of the spendal, but you will need a 2 jaw puller to remove the bearing race from the hub, or a tourch but be careful with the cutting tourch, we just cut them apart anymore it saves time and if you are going to own one of these you better get good at replacing the wheel bearings.

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