Honda CR-V: Knuckle/Hub Bearing Unit Replacement

Honda CR-V (2006–2011) Service Manual / Suspension / Rear Suspension / Knuckle/Hub Bearing Unit Replacement

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Hub Bearing Unit Replacement

1. Raise the rear of the vehicle, and support it with safety stands in the proper locations.

2. Remove the wheel nuts (A) and the rear wheel.

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3. Remove the brake hose bracket mounting bolt (A) from the knuckle.

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4. Remove the brake caliper bracket mounting bolts (B), and remove the caliper assembly (C) from the knuckle. To prevent damage to the caliper assembly or brake hose, use a short piece of wire to hang the caliper assembly from the undercarriage. Do not twist the brake hose excessively.

5. Remove the two washers (A).

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6. Raise the stake (A), then remove the spindle nut (B).

(4WD only)

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7. Release the parking brake, and remove the brake disc/drum (A) from the hub bearing unit.

NOTE:

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8. Remove the hub bearing unit (A) from the spindle.

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9. Check the hub bearing unit for damage and cracks.

10. Install the hub bearing unit in the reverse order of removal, and note these items:

Knuckle Replacement

1. Remove the hub bearing unit.

2. Remove the parking brake assembly (A).

NOTE: To prevent damage to the backing plate or parking brake shoes assembly and cable, use a short piece of wire to hang the backing plate from the undercarriage. Do not twist the parking brake cable excessively.

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3. Remove the wheel sensor (B). Do not disconnect the wheel sensor connector.

NOTE: During installation, apply multipurpose grease inside of the hole (C) on the knuckle.

4. Place the floor jack under the trailing arm (A), and support the suspension.

NOTE: Do not place the jack against the plate section of the trailing arm.

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5. Remove the flange bolt (B), and disconnect the upper arm (C) from the knuckle.

NOTE: During installation, install a new flange bolt.

6. Mark the cam positions of the adjusting bolt (A) and adjusting cam (B), then remove the self-locking nut (C), adjusting cam, and adjusting bolt. Discard the self-locking nut.

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7. Remove the flange bolt (D), and remove the knuckle (E).

NOTE: During installation, install a new flange bolt.

8. Remove the brake hose mounting bracket (A).

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9. Install the knuckle in the reverse order of removal, and note these items:

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