Dongning Tools(Ningbo) Co., Ltd
Q
How do I replace a Front Hub Assembly?
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Front Wheel Bearing and Hub Replacement D1051 Wheel Hub Remover (this is a fairly generic tool you can rent from some parts stores - you may or may not need this tool - you won't know for sure until you remove the hub nut as outlined below) Removal Procedure Raise and support the vehicle. Remove the tire and wheel. Disconnect the wheel speed sensor electrical connector (2), if equipped. Remove the wheel speed sensor electrical connector from the bracket, if equipped. Remove the front wheel drive shaft nut. Insert a drift or flat-bladed tool into the caliper and rotor to prevent from turning. Important: Ensure that the wheel drive shaft outer seal/boot is not damaged. Remove the wheel bearing/hub and splash shield-noting the position of the shield for re-installation. Installation Procedure Install the wheel bearing/hub with the splash shield as noted during removal. Caution: These fasteners MUST be replaced with new fasteners anytime they become loose or are removed. Failure to replace these fasteners after they become loose or are removed may cause loss of vehicle control and personal injury. Install NEW wheel bearing/hub bolts. Tighten the NEW wheel bearing/hub bolts to 130 N·m (96 lb ft). Install the brake rotor and caliper. Install the front wheel drive shaft nut. Insert a drift on a flat-bladed tool into caliper and rotor to prevent the rotor from turning. Tighten the front wheel drive shaft nut to 160 N·m (118 lb ft). Important: Ensure that the connector clip engages the bracket properly. Install the wheel speed sensor electrical connector to the bracket, if equipped. Connect the wheel speed sensor electrical connector (2), if equipped. Lower the vehicle. 

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