2003 Mazda Front Wheel Bearing Replacement (Press In Type Bearing)
Wheel bearing replacement in a 2003 Mazda Protege 5. Press in style
bearings done without using a shop press. Specific for Mazda Protege, but
many of the techniques will apply to vehicles with pres-in-style wheel
It's a good idea to try to use the bearing-press-kit the way it was
intended. If the bearing doesn't budge, BE CAREFUL using a breaker bar. The
bolt supplied with the press-kit is not very strong...it with probably
shear off the head. Try to give the bearin a few hits with a sledge hammer
as seen in the vid..it will get the bearing moving. Then you can use the
press-kit, and it should finish pressing out the bearing.
Pressing in the bearing with the kit should be no problem.
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Replacing an Accord Wheel Bearing - EricTheCarGuy
Replacing an Accord Wheel Bearing
Ok, here it is finally. A few of you have requested this procedure so here
it is. As I said in the video I normally use a different method of
removing the hub from the bearing assembly by using a slide hammer. I also
normally use a press to reinstall the hub into the new bearing instead of
hitting it with a hammer. Life is not perfect and we sometimes have to
improvise as I did here. I know a few of you will ask about the size
fasteners that I used to hammer the bearing out, I used hardened (8.8)
10x1.25 bolts to do the job. I also promised links to the other videos
that relate to this one so here they are.
"Oops, Axle Ball Joint Replacement"
and also "How to Replace Honda Captive Rotors"
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How to Change a Wheel Bearing (long and detailed version)
This video shows how to change a pressed bearing in a Ford, specifically a
95 Ford Windstar, but this method will be similar for all pressed bearing
vehicles. The main steps are to take off the spindle nut, tire, brake
caliper, and rotor. Then remove the bolts from the lower control arm ball
joint, tie rod, and strut. Remove the steering knuckle, then press out the
bearing and hub/spindle. Then press in your new bearing and hub/spindle.
This job is a little more complex but can still be easily done by any
amateur mechanic. You will save $400-800 depending on your vehicle. Pleas
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