|05-18-2014 12:10 PM|
|05-17-2014 11:01 PM|
|pruietjr||Turns out I found my seal and re-used it.|
|05-17-2014 05:25 PM|
This was excellent. Thanks Much!
I do have a question. You said "Remember to replace the rubber seal that goes on the spindle. This prevents from water or dirt to enter into the bearing." I can't seem to find this seal at the local auto parts store or at Rockauto. Mine is missing (hence a bad bearing on the car I just bought).
Does anyone have an idea where I can buy one (short of buying a whole new spindle?
|05-14-2014 04:30 PM|
Separate parts, you need the proper bearing with "tone ring" for ABS. Sensor isn't replaced unless there is a problem with that.
Seal carrier may come with assembled drums, often left off.
|05-14-2014 02:56 PM|
ford focus 2002 rear wheel abs sensor problem
Hello every one , I see your replacment of front wheel, years ago and I would like to ask some questions
First I want to know if there is complete rear wheel set (I mean abs sensor and water seal carrier .... etc)
Any one can help me please
|12-10-2013 11:53 AM|
ok its been just over a month, new hub, spindle & seal on the offending (shake) rear left, new bearing, new tires & balance...still needs an alignment with slight pull to the right but the bearing seems to be holding up so far....
REAR ABS SENSOR RINGS faulty - anyone got spares they wanna part with?
|11-22-2013 09:10 AM|
|ApriliaRyan||SUre Im late to the table but wanted to add you wont need to pull off the caliper bracket, the rotor will slide right out once you tip it. I just picked up an SVT and did my rear bearings using this write up.....awesome job with the pics, details, and tools needed, saved me a ton of time.|
|11-06-2013 02:26 AM|
|SuperFlea||Nope, no right or wrong way. The install either way/side.|
|11-05-2013 02:24 PM|
|razzledazzle||As I mentioned earlier, I don't want to install the bearings til I'm sure I've got it right. As the pictures show, the bearing doesn't look exactly symmetric, so is their a correct way and an incorrect way to install??|
|11-03-2013 06:20 PM|
|SuperFlea||Yes, unbalanced tires also cause the bearings to go bad from to much vibration. Look into the alignment, not for camber ware, look for tie ware.|
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