It is probably held on with the bearing retainer nut.Remove the nut, washers, and bearing, and it should come off.The bearing retainer, or "spindle" nut, usually requires a 30mm socket to remove. If you can borrow an impact wrench (an electric model works well), the procedure will be much easier.
Threads are stripped or bearing is disintegrating.
Front is easy, just replace hub rear is pressed in
160 ft lbs
You have to remove the center of the axle plate and the axle to remove the brake hub.
The rear wheel torque spec for a 2001 Dodge Neon is 160 foot pounds.
End play from 5>12 thousands.
only way to tell is measure the length of it from inside hub to inside hub and measure the spring perches as to how far in on the axle that they are welded.
broken hub usually?
You need the right kind of hub for that. If you haven't, buying a new rear wheel - with the right kind of hub - is probably the sensible option.
The rear drums come off with the rear wheel hub. You Jack up the car, remove the wheel.Remove the cap in the center of the hub. Take the cotter pin out, unscrew the wheel bearing retainer nut. Pull drum and hub off as an assembly.The rear drums come off with the rear wheel hub. You Jack up the car, remove the wheel.Remove the cap in the center of the hub. Take the cotter pin out, unscrew the wheel bearing retainer nut. Pull drum and hub off as an assembly.
If you have the right kind of rear hub and good balancing skills - yes.
you will have to measure the distance from inside of brake hub to inside of brake hub on the other side and see if it's the same length as your rear end, also measure the distance on the spring perches.
how to change rear hub on 2006 chevy cobalt 2.2l
The rear wheel has a different hub; the gears attach to it. Alternatively the rear hub has gears or a brake or a dynamo built into it. The front hub will sometimes have a dynamo built into it, other than that it is just a plain hub.
I removed my 87 dodge colt rear brake drum, after removing the tire i removed the dust cap from the center of the hub and then the large nut inside. With quite a bit of effort i eventually pulled the drum off. a puller that connects to 2 of the bolts and the center pinion would definitly be helpful. The bearings are loose on each side of the drum, be careful not to damage them. Good luck!
Check page 7 or 8 you'll find the answer
To remove the rear brake rotor from a 2004 Dodge 2500 4 x 4, first lift the vehicle to a suitable height to work on. Then remove the lug nuts and disconnect the two caliper bolts. Next, remove the rotor from the wheel hub assembly and finally clean the surface of the hub.
I assume it has dual rear wheels Remove center hub bolts Slide axle out of banjo Remove spanner nut and washers Drum should slide off hub
AnswerHUB AND BEARING (REAR)REMOVALRaise the vehicle. Refer to HOISTING in the LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE group for the proper lifting procedure.Remove the rear tire and wheel assembly.If vehicle is equipped with rear drum brakes, remove the brake drum from hub.If vehicle is equipped with rear disc brakes, remove the rear caliper from the adapter and store the caliper out of the way by hanging it from the frame of the vehicle. Refer to DISC BRAKE SHOES (REAR) in the BRAKE group for the required procedure. Remove the brake rotor from the hub.Remove the dust cap Rear Hub And Bearing Dust Cap from the rear hub/bearingRemove the rear hub and bearing retaining nut Hub And Bearing Retaining Nut Then remove the hub and bearing from the knuckleINSTALLATIONCAUTION: The hub and bearing retaining nut must be tightened to, but must not exceed its required torque specification. The proper torque specification of the retaining nut is critical to the life of the hub bearing.Install the rear hub and bearing on the knuckle. Install the hub and bearing retaining nut Hub And Bearing Retaining Nut , and torque it to 217 NÂ·m (160 ft. lbs.)Install the rear hub and bearing dust cap.If the vehicle is equipped with rear disc brakes, install the rear brake rotor on the hub. Carefully install the rear brake caliper over the braking disc and install it on the adapter. Tighten the caliper mounting bolts to 22 NÂ·m (192 in. lbs.)If the vehicle is equipped with rear drum brakes, install the brake drum on the hub.Install tire and wheel assembly on the vehicle. Tighten the wheel mounting nuts in proper sequence until all nuts are torqued to half specification. Then repeat the tightening sequence to the full specified torque of 135 NÂ·m (100 ft. lbs.)Lower the vehicle
undo anti clockwise direction,they are very tight, I have just replaced the right rear bearing hub assembly.
It comes as a bearing and hub assembly. Remove the rear wheel. Remove the rear brake drum - may require a rap with a hammer to free up. Remove the hub nut (1 3/16" or 1 1/4") Hub assembly should slide off the axle. Everything went well and it only took me about 30 minutes.
needs a new hub bearings are prolle shot