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12.6. Adjustment of the bearing of a back wheel

MODELS TILL 1992

PERFORMANCE ORDER

Prevention

For fastening of a nut of a nave it is necessary to use the new forelock.


1. In the presence take off a wheel cap, then weaken bolts of fastening of a back wheel.
2. Lift a back part of the car and fix on supports.
3. Remove a back wheel.
4. Using a screw-driver edge, remove a dustproof cap from a nave.
5. Take the forelock fixing a nave nut from unscrewing then weaken a nut of fastening of a nave.
6. Tighten a nut of fastening of a nave the moment of 25 Nanometers, at the same time turn a nave.
7. Weaken a nut of fastening of a nave until until the persistent washer located under a nut can be moved with a screw-driver edge in different directions.
8. Install the new forelock fixing a nave nut from unscrewing. At the same time, if the opening under the forelock in a pin is not combined with grooves on a nave nut, tighten a nut before combination of an opening with the next groove.
9. Check that the persistent washer can still move. Otherwise weaken a nut before combination of the next groove on a nut with an opening in a nave pin.
10. Establish a wheel and lower the car.
11. Tighten bolts of fastening of a wheel the required moment.

MODELS SINCE 1992

Non-demountable knot of a nave and the bearing of a back wheel on models since 1992

1 – nave,

2 – nave fastener,

3 – bolt,

4 – dustproof cap,

5 – bearing,

6 – sealing ring,

7 – ABS sensor

Since 1992 on all models the non-demountable knot of a nave and the bearing of a back wheel is established.

As the knot consisting of the fastener of a nave, a nave and the hug bearing is non-demountable knot, adjustment of the bearing is not required.