1998-1998 Volvo V70 Front Wheel Bearing & Hub Assembly Pair (Timken)TKSHS00369
- Location: Front
- Quantity: Pair
- Brands: Timken
This part replaces:
- TIMKEN HA594181
TIMKEN WHEEL BEARING & HUB ASSEMBLIES: HA594181
These replacement hub & bearing assemblies are just what you need to get your vehicle in good working order again.
- Brand New Timken Wheel Bearing & Hub Assemblies
- Comes as a PAIR
- Fits both LH (Driver Side) & RH (Passenger Side) FRONT
- Replaces dealer part number: 274378-9, 2743789
- Direct replacements
- Built to strict quality control standards
- Fit 5 Lug Wheels
Note: These parts are authentic Timken brand products that are supplied and packaged by Timken. In some cases, Timken will source parts from other high quality suppliers such as SKF and Koyo. These parts are subjected to the very same testing and quality standards as all Timken products.
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- You don't want to be delayed by a defective part. 1A Auto wheel hubs & bearings are all tested prior to shipping.
- These hub & bearing sets will install just as your originals do. You can use your existing hardware.
- Save time and money with direct fit hub bearing assemblies. No trips to the auto parts store or extra time trying to match up and press bearings.
- Hub installation is a degree more difficult than changing a tire on most vehicles.
- Some shops and dealers charge more for parts and repairs when they think the customer doesn't know what is involved. Now you can get the value you deserve. Knowing what this repair entails can be the difference between the value of doing it yourself, or the pain of a costly part or repair bill.
Remove the wheel
- Loosen the lug nuts and the hub nut.
- Raise and secure the vehicle
- Remove the lug nuts and the wheel.
Disassemble the brakes
- Unbolt the calipers using a T47 Torx bit and ratchet.
- Compress your caliper using a flat blade screwdriver and remove it.
- Use wire ties to secure the caliper up and out of the way.
- Remove the caliper bracket by unbolting the two 15 mm bolts.
- Pull the brake disc/rotor
Loosen or remove the strut
- You want to move the strut out of the way.
- Loosen or remove the top 13 mm nuts.
- Apply penetrating oil on the nuts and bolts involved.
- Disconnect the stabilizer link from the strut
- Use your 17 mm socket to remove the stabilizer link from the strut.
- Apply penetrating oil to the bottom 18 mm bolts and use a breaker bar or pipe to help break them loose.
- Unclip the ABS sensor wiring from the strut.
- Use a hammer to work the bottom bolts.
- Either push the strut to the side or remove it completely, depending on whether youâ€™d rather work around it or have it completely out of your way.
Remove the axle
- Remove the hub nut with your 35 mm socket
- Use a hammer and extension to push the axle out of the hub
- Unbolt the axle on the transmission end with a 12 mm socket and ratchet and penetrating oil.
- Pull the axle out using a pry bar.
- Take care not to damage the CV joint
Remove the hub
- If you didn't remove the strut, replace the 18 mm bolts to connect the steering knuckle and strut to help hold the steering knuckle at an angle.
- Use your E14 Star Torx Bit and a ratchet to unbolt the hub.
- Clean the steering knuckle with a wire brush.
- Install the hub and torque the bolts to 70 ft lbs.
- Rotate between the four hub bolts to torque them evenly.
Reinstall the axle
- Work the axle back into the steering knuckle and transmission.
- Bolt the axle in and torque the 12 mm bolts to 35 ft lbs
Reinstall the strut
- Insert the strut into place and bolt the 13 mm nuts down and torque to 20-30 ft lbs.
- Replace the stabilizer link and tighten the 17 mm bolt.
- Torque the 18 mm bolts to 65-70 ft lbs.
Re-assemble the brakes
- Replace the brake rotor
- Replace the hub nut.
- Install the caliper bracket and torque the 15 mm bolts to 70 ft lbs.
- Put the brake pads into place and install the calipers.
- Tighten the caliper bolts to 25-30 ft lbs.
Replace the wheel
- Put the wheel on and hand tighten the lug nuts.
- Lower the vehicle.
- If your vehicle the small hub bolts, tighten to 33 ft lbs, if it uses a large nut, torque to 89 ft lbs plus an additional third of a turn.
- Torque the lug nuts to 100 ft lbs.
- Pump the brakes before road testing to recompress your caliper pistons.
How-to Video:(15:57 min)
- Breaker Bar
- Torque Wrench
- Flat Blade Screwdriver
- Pry Bar
- 10mm Socket
- 11mm Socket
- 12mm Socket
- 13mm Socket
- 14mm Socket
- 15mm Socket
- 16mm Socket
- 17mm Socket
- 18mm Socket
- 19mm Socket
- A Piece of Pipe (for leverage)
- Floor Jack
- Jack Stands
- E14 Inverted Socket
- T47 Torx Socket
- 10mm Wrench
- 11mm Wrench
- 12mm Wrench
- 13mm Wrench
- 14mm Wrench
- 15mm Wrench
- 16mm Wrench
- 17mm Wrench
- 18mm Wrench
- 19mm Wrench
Ratchets & Related
Screwdrivers & Related
Sockets - Metric
Torx Drivers & Sockets
Wrenches - Metric
This part replaces:
- TIMKEN HA594181
- 1994-1997 Volvo 850 Front 5 Lug Wheel Bearing & Hub Assembly Pair (Timken)
- 1998 Volvo C70 Front Wheel Bearing & Hub Assembly Pair (Timken)
- 1998 Volvo S70 Front Wheel Bearing & Hub Assembly Pair (Timken)
- 1998 Volvo V70 Front Wheel Bearing & Hub Assembly Pair (Timken)
Part #: TKSHS00369
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Brand #: HA594181