Removal & Installation
- Loosen the wheel nuts slightly. Raise the rear of the vehicle, and make sure it is securely supported.
Remove the rear wheel and tire (A) from rear hub (B).
CAUTIONBe careful not to damage the hub bolts (C) then remove the rear wheel and tire (A).
Remove the caliper mounting bolts (A), and hang the caliper assembly (B) to one side. To prevent damage to the caliper assembly or brake hose, use a short piece of wire to hang the caliper from the undercarriage.
Remove the wheel speed sensor (B) from the axle carrier (A).
Loosen the brake disc mounting screw (A), and then remove the brake disc (C) from the hub (B).
Using a slotted screwdriver, remove the hub cap (A).
- Remove the hub bearing flange nut (A).
- Using a slotted screwdriver, spread out the groove (B) on the flange nut (A).
Loosen the hub bearing flange nut (A).
Remove the rear hub washer (A) and rear hub assembly (B).
CAUTIONBe careful not to disassemble the rear hub assembly.
CAUTIONCare must be taken not to scratch or damage the teeth of the rotor.
CAUTIONThe rotor must never be dropped.
- If the teeth of the rotor are chipped, it results in deformation of the rotor. It will make it impossible to detect the wheel rotation speed accurately and to operate the system normally.
Loosen the rear dust cover mounting bolts (A) and then remove the rear parking brake assembly (B).
- Remove the rear axle carrier (A).
- Remove the trailing arm mounting bolt (B).
- Remove the suspension arm mounting nut (C).
Remove the strut mounting nuts (D).
- Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.