What size is the lock nut or hub nut on a 2000 kia sephia?
The Socket Size for a 2001 Sephia Is a 32 mm
Lift the vehicle on a car jack, remove the tire, remove the caliper, remove 6 bolts and hub cover. Remove the screws from the lock washer, remove lock washer, remove lock nut, remove hub assembly, put match marks on hub and rotors, and remove the rotor. Put the new rotor on aligned with the marks, put everything back on in reverse.Ê
If it is a full size bronco, it requires a special spindle tool ( 4 post 4x4 spindle tool). It usually is 1/2 inch drive and is available in general auto shops. The order is as follows: 1. Jack axle off of ground 2. Remove Tires 3. Remove lockout hub (uses Allen Style Wrench) 4. Remove hub hardware (Outer lock ring, inner lock ring.) 5. Next are two bolts which require the special tool. They…
Hi, The wheel bearing is not really pressed in, but it is 'integrated' into the hub assembly. This is because the hub assemblies on these vans also contain wheel speed sensors that are used by the anti-lock braking system (ABS). Bottom line - if the wheel bearings start to go bad, the whole hub assembly has to be replaced. Good Luck, Greg
Used a 32 mm socket. After removing the hub nut I re-installed the wheel and tightened the lug nuts and then tapped on the inside of the rim to get the hub off the spindle (didn't have to tap very hard). Also needed a manual impact driver ($25) to break loose the 2 screws holding the brake rotor to the hub.
if you are simply trying to turn the lock on the hub from Free to Lock and it won't turn that quarter inch-or-so... you are turning the wrong way. for example: if you were looking at a clock and free was at 12 and lock was at 11. you must turn all the way around from 12 to 1 to 2 to 3.... ... ... 10 to 11. hope this answered the question.