Remove wheel. Hold brake disk with screwdriver through the brake caliper opening. Removed drive shaft nut. Remove the caliper then rotor. Remove electrical connector from speed sensor(attached to bearing). Remove three bolts securing bearing assembly.
That depends on if you need to just do the hub or the wheel bearing assembly... If you just need to do the locking hub, 1:Take off the wheel, 2:Remove retainer clip that is around the outside of the hub, 3:Pull the locking hub out. Installation is the opposite. If you are doing the wheel bearing/hub assembly, continue on from step 3. Step 4:Remove brake caliper bolts and pull caliper out of the way, 5:Remove the brake rotor, 6:Remove cotter pin and axle nut, 7:Unbolt 4 bolts that hold on the wheel bearing assembly, 8:Unbolt ABS sensor, (if equipped), and remove from wheel bearing assembly, 9:Remove wheel bearing assembly and brake caliper bracket (slight force may be required to remove). Installation is the opposite.
remove brake drum or caliper, remove caliper mounting bracket if nessesary. unplug electical connecter from wheel sensor on the back side of knuckle. remove 4 hub to knuckle bolts, remove the hub and bearing assembly!!
if it is the front bearing remove tire cotter key and nut on the axle shaft remove caliper and rotor the bearing assembly is held on by i believe 3 bolts that can be remove from the outside by the studs You cant service the bearing itself. You have to buy the whole rotor assembly. You looking at $80.00 per side...
remove wheel,unbolt caliper assembly,remove rotor,take off axle nut and push in axle as far as it will go in,remove abs sensor attached to spindle,remove 4 bolts behind spindle attaches hub bearing. hammer out bearing . reverse to install
Remove the caliper.Remover the brake rotor.Tap the axle free from the rotor.Then unbolt the bearing assembly from the backside of the bracket.
Raise and support the vehicle. Remove the tire and wheel assembly. Remove the axle nut. Remove the brake caliper and rotor. Remove the three mounting bolts from the hub and bearing assembly, note head of bolts faces inwards towards middle of car). Remove the hub and bearing assembly from the spindle. Install is the opposite of removal.
Jack up the front end and support safely. Assuming this is a 4+4, remove wheel from problem side. Remove axle nut and washer. Remove brake caliper and brake pads. Remove brake caliper bracket. Remove brake rotor. Remove bolts holding wheel bearing assembly to knuckle. Disconnect ABS wheel speed sensor from vehicle harness if equipped. Remove wheel bearing assembly. Reverse procedure to install.
Remove tire, install spare which has an open center hole allowing access to axle nut, remove axle nut (33mm socket), remove spare, remove caliper, remove rotor, remove hub/bearing assembly, install new hub/bearing assembly, and so on in reverse order.
Remove Wheel Remove 2 caliper mounting bolts Slide caliper off rotor Remove rotor Disconnect Brake line Remove 4 mounting bolts Disconnect ABS sensor if any
Hubless design: Raise car, remove wheel, remove caliper, remove brake pad holder, remove rotor. Hub/rotor assembly: Raise car, remove wheel, remove caliper, remove brake pad holder, remove axle nut and cotter pin, remove outer wheel bearing, remove hub/rotor assembly, separate rotor from hub assembly. Re-pack wheel bearings with grease upon reassembly.
Remove brake caliper and caliper frame, then take out rear spindle and remove bearing from it. Refit new one opposite way.
First, raise and support the vehicle. Then remove the wheel and the tire assembly. Also remove the caliper from the steering knuckle, and then remove the caliper adapter assembly.
Remove tire, remove brake drum, remove brake assembly housing, remove 4 bolts from back of hub assembly, gently tap to remove hub/bearing assembly.
remove the tire,then the caliper and brakes. next remove the bracket that your brake caliper screws into. behind the hub assembley you will find three bolts in a triangle pattern remove those,unplug the wire for the speed sensor that leads to the back of the hub assembly. now on the lug nut side of the assembly there is a big nut that holds the axle in place remove that nut a 33mm I think and pop the hub off carefull not to rip the speed sensor wire from the back of the assembly
to remove the spindle and four bolts hold the bearing assembly to the "A" frame. remove the wheel, remove the control arm, remove the lower "A" frame , and remove the CV axle. then you will have acess to the 4 bolts that hold the bearing assembly. you will have to buy the whole assembly.
pull the wheel off remove the brake caliper and disc. there might be a cap in the center of the hub. if so remove it and there will be a single nut coming from the spindle remove it and the the whole assembly will come off.
remove tire. remove caliper assembly, it is not necessary to disconnect brake hosses, and hang caliper out of the way. simply pull off old rotor and swap with new one. replace caliper assembly and tire.
# Raise and safely support the vehicle securely on jackstands. # Remove the brake caliper assembly. # Remove the front disc brake caliper anchor plate. # Remove the hub grease cap. # Remove the cotter pin. # Remove the spindle nut. # Remove the front wheel outer bearing retainer washer. # Remove the outer front wheel bearing. # Remove the hub grease cap gasket. # Remove the front disc brake hub and rotor. # Remove the wheel hub grease seal. # Remove the inner front wheel bearing.
Remove wheels remove caliper mounting bolts (2) support caliper if "peel" off type they should be free now If not Remove center dust cover Remove cotter pin Remove slotted lock nut Remove lock nut wiggle rotor bearing assembly will fall out remove rotor re-install in reverse order Do not over-tighten lock-nut will cause excessive bearing wear.
TO CHANGE THE WHEEL BEARING ASSEMBLY YOU NEED TO REMOVE THE WHEEL THEN LOOSEN THE SPINDLE NUT. REMOVE THE BRAKE CALIPER AND BRAKE ROTOR, ON THE BACK OF THE BEARING ASSEMBLY REMOVE THE THREE BOLTS THAT HOLD IT IN PLACE. UNPLUG THE WHEEL SPEED SENSOR IF APPLICIBLE. REMOVE THE SPINDLE NUT. THATS THE BEST I CAN REMEMBER, ITS BEEN A WHILE.
Remove hub cap, remove axle nut, raise and support front of vehicle, remove wheel, remove brake caliper and brake pads, remove caliper bracket, remove brake rotor, remove the three 15mm hex head bolts holding hub assembly to knuckle, remove hub assembly by tapping flange with a bfh. Reverse for assembly.
REAR HUB/BEARINGFig. 3 Rear Wheel Hub, Bearing & SpindleRemove rear wheel shaft assembly as outlined in REAR WHEEL SHAFT.Remove wheel speed sensor.Remove bolts securing brake caliper bracket to support knuckle, secure caliper aside, then remove brake rotor.Remove hub and bearing retaining bolts, Fig. 3.Remove cotter pin, wheel nut retainer, nut and washer from spindle.Remove hub and bearing assembly.Reverse procedure to install. Install spindle washer with flat portion against should of wheel spindle and with lip of washer facing spindle splines. Do not allow vehicle to rest on tires until after wheel spindle nut has been tightened to the specified torque.
Assuming you have a 4 wheel drive truck, the hub and bearings are replaced as an assembly. Remove the wheel, the axle nut, the brake caliper and pads, the caliper bracket, the rotor, then loosen the three 15mm bolts that are behind the spindle, back them off about half way. Hit the bolts with a hammer to loosen the hub away from the knuckle, then remove the bolts and finish driving out the hub and bearing assembly. Reverse for assembly.
Remove wheel Remove caliper mounting bolts Slide caliper off rotor Rotor will slide off hub assembly