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Mazda 6 Service Manual: Wheel hub, steering knuckle removal/installation

Mazda 6 Service Manual / Front and rear axles / Front axle / Wheel hub, steering knuckle removal/installation

Caution

1. Remove in the order indicated in the table.

2. Install in the reverse order of removal.

3. After installation, inspect the front wheel alignment. (See FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT.)



Locknut Removal Note

1. Knock the crimped portion of the locknut outward using a small chisel and a hammer.


2. Lock the hub by applying the brakes.

3. Remove the locknut.

Wheel Hub Component Removal Note

1. Remove the wheel hub component using the SSTs

.


2. If the bearing inner race remains on the front wheel hub component, grind a section of the bearing inner race until approx. 0.5 mm {0.02 in}

remains. Then remove it using a chisel.


Wheel Bearing Removal Note

Remove the wheel bearing using the SSTs

.


Dust Cover Removal Note

Note

1. Mark the dust cover and steering knuckle for proper installation.


2. Remove the dust cover using a chisel.


Hub Bolt Removal Note

Note

Remove the hub bolts using a press.


Hub Bolt Installation Note

Install the new hub bolts using a press.


Dust Cover Installation Note

1. Mark the new dust cover in the same way as the removed one.


2. Align the marks of the new dust cover and the knuckle.

3. Install the new dust cover using the SSTs

.


Wheel Bearing Installation Note

Install the new wheel bearing using the SSTs

.


Wheel Hub Component Installation Note

Install the wheel hub component using the SSTs

.


Locknut Installation Note

Install a new locknut and stake it as shown.


Wheel hub bolt replacement
1. Remove the hub bolt using the SSTs. Note If the dust cover interferes with the wheel hub bolt and the wheel hub bolt cannot be removed, tap the part shown in the figure with a chisel l ...

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