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How to change back hub on 97 cr-v


Rear Brake Discs
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    Before raising the rear of your Honda, remove the dust cup from the center of the brake drums using a hammer and chisel. This will give you access to the spindle nut, which you can loosen using an axle nut socket. Then you can raise and remove the wheel/tire assembly ,or assemblies if you are replacing the bearings on both wheels.

    If your Honda model is equipped with rear disc brakes, remove the brake disc retaining screws, the brake hose bracket from the steering knuckle and caliper bracket mounting bolts. Hang the caliper to the coil spring using wire. Do not let the caliper hang free or the brake hose may be damaged.

    At this point, you will be able to remove the brake disc by hand. However, rust may have a firm grip on the disc. If this is the case, use a couple of 8-by-1.25 mm bolts and screw them evenly into the brake disc threaded holes. This will push the disc off the hub. Now you can finish removing the spindle nut and hub/wheel bearing assembly and install the new hub/wheel bearing assembly using a new spindle nut



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    If your Honda Civic comes equipped with rear brake drums, remove the center grease cup and loosen the axle spindle nut using an axle nut socket. After raising and removing the wheel/tire assembly, finish removing the axle nut and washer.

    You might be able to remove the outer wheel bearing from the spindle using a screwdriver. If not, wiggle the brake drum as you pull on it to let the bearing fall off the spindle. However, the brake drum might be caught in place by the brake shoes. In this case, you can retract the brake shoes through the hole in the back of the backing plate.

    Remove the rubber plug from the back of the backing plate. Then rotate the star wheel on the adjusting screw using a brake adjusting tool as you push the lever off the start wheel with a screwdriver. With the brake shoes off the brake drum, pull the brake drum off the wheel assembly. Then clean the brake assembly with brake parts cleaner and a clean, lint-free towel.

    Now you can set the brake drum on a workbench or hard surface and remove the grease seal and inner wheel bearing. The inner and outer wheel-bearing races can be removed using a drift punch and hammer. Pack the new wheel bearings with high-temperature wheel-bearing grease using a wheel-bearing packer and use a new grease seal during installation. Also, before reinstalling the brake drum, apply a thick coat of wheel-bearing grease to the cavity inside the hub, but do not fill it completely.



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Aug 25, 2011 | Honda CR-V Cars & Trucks

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I've changed rotors before but never on a 4 wheel drive. Could you tell me how to on a 1989 ford ranger?


Brake Rotor (Disc) - REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
  1. Loosen the wheel lug nuts.
  2. Jack up the front of the vehicle and support on jackstands.
  3. Remove the wheel and tire.
  4. Remove the brake caliper assembly as described earlier in this section, but do not disconnect the brake hose.
  5. Suspend the caliper assembly by a piece of wire. Do not allow it to hang by the brake hose.
  6. Follow the procedure given under wheel bearing removal in Suspension and Steering for models with manual and automatic locking hubs (lines down).
New rotor assemblies come protected with an anti-rust coating which should be removed with denatured alcohol or degreaser. New hubs must be packed with EP wheel bearing grease.
  1. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.


Front Wheel Bearings - REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
(see Figure 1 )


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Fig. 1: Inspect the bearings for abnormal wear and/or damage



With Manual Locking Hubs
(see Figures 2 through 17)

  1. Raise the vehicle and install jackstands.
  2. Remove the wheel and tire assembly.
  3. Remove the retainer washers from the lug nut studs and remove the manual locking hub assembly from the spindle.
  4. Remove the snapring and spacer from the end of the spindle shaft.
  5. Remove the outer wheel bearing locknut from the spindle using 4 prong spindle nut spanner wrench, T86T-1197-A or equivalent. Make sure the tabs on the tool engage the slots in the locknut.
  6. Remove the locknut washer from the spindle.
  7. Remove the inner wheel bearing locknut from the spindle using 4 prong spindle nut spanner wrench, T86T-1197-A or equivalent. Make sure the tabs on the tool engage the slots in the locknut.
  8. Remove the outer bearing cone and roller assembly from the hub. Remove the hub and rotor from the spindle.
  9. Using seal removal tool 1175-AC or equivalent remove and discard the grease seal. Remove the inner bearing cone and roller assembly from the hub.
  10. Clean the inner and outer bearing assemblies in solvent. Inspect the bearings and the cones for wear and damage. Replace defective parts, as required.
  11. If the cups are worn or damaged, remove them with front hub remover tool T81P-1104-C and tool T77F-1102-A or equivalent.
  12. Wipe the old grease from the spindle. Check the spindle for excessive wear or damage. Replace defective parts, as required.
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Fig. 2: Before beginning the wheel bearing removal, and after the outer hub is removed, wipe off any excess grease

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Fig. 3: After the grease is wiped off, remove the axle shaft snapring ...

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Fig. 4: ... then pull the splined spacer from the axle shaft end

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Fig. 5: Use a 4 pronged socket to loosen the outer wheel bearing locknut ...

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Fig. 6: ... then remove the outer locknut

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Fig. 7: Remove the lockwasher from behind the outer locknut ...

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Fig. 8: ... then loosen and remove the inner locknut-note the lockwasher engagement pin (arrow)

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Fig. 9: While pushing inwards on the rotor/hub assembly, remove the outer wheel bearing ...

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Fig. 10: ... then pull the rotor/hub assembly from the spindle, taking care not to scratch the bearing cups in the hub

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Fig. 11: Pry out the grease seal on the back of the rotor/hub assembly ...

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Fig. 12: ... then remove the inner wheel bearing. Thoroughly clean and inspect all of the parts for wear or damage





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Jul 29, 2011 | 1989 Ford Ranger

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How do i remove the hub assembly from the front wheel of my 2001 dodge ram RWD?


  • Jack up your Dodge Ram. Block the wheels to keep it from rolling as you work. Get started by removing the first tire and wheel assembly. Remove the hub extension and the brake caliper as well as the caliper adapter.
  • Remove the grease cap, cotter pin, nut lock, nut, washer and outer wheel bearing. Now, pull the old rotor off of the spindle. Clean the area with a damp cloth to remove any debris. Pack the wheel bearings with grease.
  • Install the new rotor and hub onto the spindle. Replace the outer wheel bearing, washer, and then the retaining nut. Torque the nut to 30 to 40 ft. lbs. while rotating the hub and rotor. Then tighten the nut and install the nut lock and a new cotter pin.
  • Clean the grease cap and then coat it with new wheel bearing grease and replace the cap. Put the caliper adapter back into place and then tighten the two mounting bolts with a torque wrench. Install the wheel and tire assembly.
  • Repeat this process for each additional rotor and then lower the vehicle. Tighten the lug nuts and test drive your Dodge Ram to make sure that the installation was successful.


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    Dec 10, 2010 | 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 Truck 2WD

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    What is needed to remedy right hand front wheel bearing play on a 1990 d21 4X4 ute


    replace the bearing or wheel hub assembly.

    REMOVAL & INSTALLATION 2wd Models NOTE: Refer to wheel bearing service and bearing preload adjustment procedures found in Section 1.
    1. Raise the front of the truck and support it with safety stands. Remove the wheels.
    2. Remove the brake caliper and suspend it with wire, out of the way. Remove the caliper torque plate if equipped.
    3. Remove the dust cap and then remove the cotter pin, lock washer (if equipped) nut lock and nut.
    4. Pull the hub/disc assembly off the spindle with the outer bearing. Don't let the bearing fall out.
    5. Pry the inner oil seal out and remove the inner bearing. To install:
    6. Clean and inspect the bearings and outer races.
    7. Using a brass drift and a hammer, drive out the bearing outer race. Press a new one into position.
    8. Pack the bearings with grease until it oozes out the other side. Coat the inside of the hub and cap with grease.
    9. Position the inner bearing into the hub, coat the oil seal with grease and press it into the hub.
    10. Press the hub assembly onto the spindle and install the outer bearing and thrust washer.
    11. Install the hub nut. Turn the hub a few times to seat the bearings and then loosen the nut until there is 0mm axial play. Using a spring tension gauge, check that the preload (with new grease seal installed) is 2.2–6.4 lbs. (9.8–28.4N)
    12. Install the lock-nut, new cotter pin and hub grease cap.
    13. Install the brake torque plate. Install the brake caliper.
    14. Install the wheels and lower the truck.
    4wd Models The hub and bearing service procedures for a 4wd models are basically the same as those for a 2wd version, with the exception of removing the free running hub assembly and the bearing preload adjustment. Refer to Sections 1 and 7 for additional information. Adjust the preload after the wheel bearing is replaced or the front axle assembly is reassembled. BEARING PRELOAD ADJUSTMENT
    1. Thoroughly clean all parts and pack the wheel bearings.
    2. Apply grease to threaded portions of the spindle, grease seal lip and wheel hub.
    3. Tighten the wheel bearing lock-nut with a socket and torque wrench to 58–72 ft. lbs. (78–98 Nm).
    4. Rotate the hub in both directions a few times to seat the bearings. Loosen wheel bearing lock-nut.
    5. Retighten the lock-nut to 0.4–1.1 ft. lbs. (0.5–1.5 Nm).
    6. Turn wheel hub several times in both directions.
    7. Retighten the lock-nut to 0.4–1.1 ft. lbs. (0.5–1.5 Nm). Fig. 1: Exploded view of the front axle assembly — 2wd models 86718030.gif
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    8. Measure wheel bearing axial end-play. The wheel bearing end-play specification is 0.
    9. Install lock washer by tightening the lock-nut within 15–30 degrees.
    10. Turn wheel hub several times in both directions. Wheel bearing should be seated correctly.
    11. If necessary, measure wheel bearing preload. NOTE: Measure wheel bearing preload with a spring-type gauge; measure at wheel hub bolt, with tire removed. The hub assembly should rotate with 1.6–4.7 lbs. (0.73–2.13 kg) of pressure.
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    Jul 28, 2010 | 1991 Nissan Pickup

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    How do u change the rear bearings?


    Hello Friend:

    #1) Raise Car in The Rear Support it Good on Jack Stands.

    #2) Remove your Wheel or Wheels if Doing Both Sides.

    #3) Now Right in The Center of Your HUB you'll see a Dome Cap Remove the Cap,Now Remove the Cotter Pin, then the Spindle Nut and Washer.

    #4) Now you'll pull your Hub Assembly Off ,The Outside Bearing will more or Less Fall off the Hub.But you'll need to Remove the Outer Bearing Race Its the Metal Angled Race.

    #5) Before you remove the Outer Race take a Seal Remover and Remove The Grease Seal on the Inside of Hub.

    #6) Now the Inner Bearing Will Come Out.You NOW Can Remove Innner and Outer Races.Use a Puch and Hammer Lightly Tap it by Working your Punch Side to Side.

    #7) Now You've Remove BOTH inner and Outer Bearing Assemblies.

    #8) Before you Start to Install New Races ,Get some Brake Clean and Clean The Inner Hub and the Spindle Good.

    #9) Use a Bearing Race Installer Tool to Tap your New Bearing Races in.NOTE: you Don't want to Scar the Beveled Part of the Race Cause thars Where your Bearings Rotate.

    #9) Races are in : Now take a Wheel Bearing Packer if you have 1 Availible: If not Pack As Much Heavy Duty Hi Temp Bearing Grease Into the Bearings. And Put some on the Spindle Were your Bearing Run on.

    #10) Now Using a Seal Installer Tap your Inner Grease Seal into the Inner Hub Housing.

    #11) OK Now your Ready to Put Your Hub Back on:Note: Put a Little Grease in The Domed Cap after you've Got the Hub On.

    #12) DON"TS Get Grease on your Brakes or anywhere in The Brake Pad Assembly. #2) Don't Use the OLD Cotter Pin Get a New One. :#3) When Adjusting your Spindle Nut Don't Under Tighten or Over Tighten==Just Snug it down where theres no Play when you Take your Hands 1-Top=1 Bottom and Make Sure theres No Play.

    Rotate The Hub During And When Tightening your Spindle Nut.

    Put Hub Grease Cap on and Whell or Wheels and you Should be Good to Go.

    Thanks for Using Fixya Please let me Know the Quality of my Advice/Solution by Voting Thank You From: d_hubbs

    Jul 23, 2010 | 1993 Mercury Topaz

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    How to replace rear wheel hub


    Sodium based grease is not compatible with lithium based grease. Do not lubricate the wheel bearings without first thoroughly cleaning all old grease from the bearing. Use of incompatible bearing lubricants could result in premature lubricant breakdown.
    1. Raise and support the vehicle safely.
    2. Remove the wheels.
    3. Remove the brake drum or brake disc.
    4. Remove the hub grease cap.
    5. Remove the cotter pin retainer, adjusting nut and flatwasher from the rear wheel spindle. Discard the cotter pin.
    6. Remove the outer bearing and cone assembly.
    7. Remove the rear hub from rear wheel spindle.
    8. Using Seal Remover (TOOL-1175-AC) or equivalent, remove and discard the oil seal.
    9. Remove the inner bearing cone and roller assembly.
    10. Clean the inner and outer bearing cups with solvent. Inspect the bearing cups for scratches, pits, excessive wear and other damage. If the bearing cups are worn or damaged, remove them using a Bearing Cup Puller (T77F-1102A) or equivalent.
    To install:
    1. Throughly clean old grease from the surrounding surfaces. If a new hub assembly is being installed, remove the protective coating using degreaser.
    2. If the inner or outer bearing cups were removed, install replacement cups using Bearing Cup Replacer (T73-1202-A) or equivalent. Seat the cups properly in the hub.
    If a bearing packer is not available, work as much grease as possible between the rollers and cages. Grease the cone surfaces.
    1. Using a bearing packer, pack the bearing cone and roller assemblies with a premium bearing grease.
    2. Place inner bearing cone and roller assembly in the inner cup. A light film of grease should be included between the lips of the new grease retainer.
    3. Install the retainer with Hub Seal Replacer (T83T-1175-B) or equivalent. Be sure the retainer is properly seated.
    Keep the hub centered on the spindle to prevent damage to the retainer and spindle threads.
    1. Install the hub assembly on the spindle.
    2. Install the outer bearing cone and roller assembly on the spindle.
    3. Install the flat washer and nut. Tighten the nut to 18-23 ft. lbs. (24-31 Nm) while rotating the hub to set the end-play. Back off the nut and retighten to 18 inch lbs. (2 Nm).
    4. Install the new cotter pin.
    5. Install hub grease cap.
    6. Install brake drum or disc.
    7. Install the wheels.
    8. Lower the vehicle.

    May 04, 2010 | 1998 Ford Windstar

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    How to replace rear wheel bearings


    don't have topaz. maybe escort will help guide you.

    Section 04-02: Suspension and Wheel Hubs, Rear 1996 Escort, Tracer Workshop Manual
    REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Wheel Bearing and Hub Assembly NOTE: Wheel bearings are not serviceable and should therefore be replaced as an assembly with the wheel hub (1104).

    Removal
    1. Raise and support the vehicle.
    1. Remove the wheel and tire assembly.
    1. Remove the hub grease cap (1131) from the wheel hub.
    1. If equipped with disc brakes, remove the rear disc brake caliper (2552) and rear disc brake rotor (2C026). Refer to Section 06-04 for the removal procedure.
    1. If equipped with drum brakes, remove the two brake drum screws and the brake drum (1126).
    1. Unstake the rear axle wheel hub retainer (4B477) securing the wheel hub to the rear wheel spindle (4A013). Remove and discard the rear axle wheel hub retainer.
    2. Remove the wheel hub from the rear wheel spindle.

    Feb 06, 2010 | 1990 Mercury Topaz

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    The squeaky noise comes only when i steer the steering wheel. i checked closer for the noise and its coming from one of the components that is attached to the wheel and makes it turn. would dat be fixed...


    i am assuming that you mean the tie rod ends, there should be grease fittings on these parts,if not check for wear and use a grease gun with a pointed end to lubricate the swivel joint. hope this helps,if you need more help get back to me.Please rate my fix as i strive to be the best Thanks Ray

    Dec 11, 2009 | 1989 Chevrolet C1500

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    How to i remove rotors off of a 1991crown victoria


    1. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
    2. Remove the wheel and tire assembly.
    3. Remove the caliper from the spindle and rotor, but do not disconnect the brake hose. Suspend the caliper inside the fender housing with a length of wire. Do not let the caliper hang by the brake hose.
    4. Remove the grease cap from the hub and remove the cotter pin, nut retainer and adjusting nut.
    5. Grasp the hub/rotor assembly and pull it out far enough to loosen the washer and outer wheel bearing. Push the hub/rotor assembly back onto the spindle and remove the washer and outer wheel bearing.
    6. Remove the hub/rotor assembly from the spindle.
    7. Inspect the rotor for scoring and wear. Replace or machine as necessary. If machining, observe the minimum thickness specification.

    1. If the rotor is being replaced, remove the protective coating from the new rotor with brake cleaner. Pack a new set of bearings with high-temperature wheel bearing grease and install the inner roller bearing in the inner cup. Pack grease lightly between the lips of a new seal and install the seal, using a seal installer.
    2. If the original rotor is being installed, make sure the grease in the hub is clean and adequate, the inner bearing and grease seal are lubricated and in good condition, and the rotor braking surfaces are clean.
    3. Install the hub/rotor assembly on the spindle. Keep the assembly centered on the spindle to prevent damage to the grease seal or spindle threads.
    4. Install the outer wheel bearing, washer and adjusting nut. Adjust the wheel bearings according to the procedure in , then install the nut retainer, cotter pin and grease cap.

    Nov 08, 2009 | 1991 Ford LTD Crown Victoria

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    Directions replace front wheel bearings on a 1985 nissan stanza?


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    NOTE: After the wheel bearings have been removed or replaced or the front axle has been reassembled be sure to adjust wheel bearing preload. Refer to the Adjustment service procedure below. On the 1989–92 240SX there is just one wheel bearing, pressed into the hub and no adjusting cap. Refer to the exploded views of the Front Axle Hub Assembly. Review the complete service procedure.
    1. Raise and support the vehicle safely.
    2. Remove the front wheels and the brake caliper assemblies. NOTE: Brake hoses do not need to be disconnected from the brake caliper assemblies. Make sure the brake hoses are secure and do not let caliper assemblies hang unsupported from the vehicle.
    3. Work off center hub cap by using thin tool. If necessary tap around it with a soft hammer while removing.
    4. Pry off cotter pin and take out adjusting cap and wheel bearing lock nut.
    5. Remove wheel hub with disc brake rotor from spindle with bearings installed. Remove the outer bearing from the hub.
    6. Remove inner bearing and grease seal from hub using long brass drift pin or equivalent.
    7. If it is necessary to replace the bearing outer races, drive them out of the hub with a brass drift pin and mallet.
    8. Install the outer bearing race with a tool (KV401021S0 special tool number) until it seats in the hub flush. NOTE: Place a large glob of grease into the palm of one hand and push the bearing through it with a sliding motion. The grease must be forced through the side of the bearing and in between each roller. Continue until the grease begins to ooze out the other side through the gaps between the rollers. The bearing must be completely packed with grease.
    9. Pack each wheel bearing with high temperature wheel bearing grease. Pack hub and hub cap with the recommended wheel bearing grease up to shaded portions. Refer to the illustration.
    10. Install the inner bearing and grease seal in the proper position in the hub.
    11. Install the wheel hub with disc brake rotor to the spindle.
    12. Install the outer wheel bearing, lock washer, wheel bearing lock nut, adjusting cap, cotter pin (always use a new cotter pin and O-ring for installation after adjustment), spread cotter pin then install the O-ring and dust cap.
    13. Install the brake caliper assemblies and bleed brakes if necessary. Install the front wheels.

    Jun 23, 2009 | 1985 Nissan Stanza

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