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How do I know when wheel hub is bad on 2006 Mitsubishi Lancer?

Changing wheel bearings on passanger side

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Charlie Hooper, here is how you check the wheel bearing."


1.Remove the caliper assembly, and retain it with a wire and the like to prevent from falling.

2.Set a dial gauge as shown in the figure. Move the hub in the axial direction and measure the end play.

Limit : 0.05 mm (0.002 inch)

3.After checking, install the brake disc and the caliper assembly, and tighten the caliper mounting bolt to the specified torque.

Tightening torque: 100 ± 10 N⋅m (74 ± 7 ft-lb)

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Removal steps, follow the numbers on image 2

1.Split pin

2.Driveshaft nut


4.Front wheel speed sensor <Vehicles with ABS>

5.Front wheel speed sensor harness bracket <Vehicles with ABS>

6.Brake hose bracket

7.Caliper assembly

8.Brake disc

9.Stabilizer link connection

10.Self-locking nut (lower arm ball joint connection)

11.Self-locking nut (tie-rod end connection)

12.Drive shaft

13.Hub knuckle assembly and strut mounting bolt and nuts

14.Hub knuckle assembly

Once you have the hub removed, follow the next few steps as pictured in image 3

Disassembly steps


2.Dust shield

3.Snap ring

4.Wheel bearing


You should now have the wheel bearing to be replaced. The manual does call for quite a few of special tools, what I would suggest is that you see what you have available and rent the rest at places like Autozone etc. (if you have one near you:-)

Hope this helps, good luck.

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