1993-1997 Eagle Vision Wheel Bearing & Hub Assembly Front (Timken)TKSHF00024
This part replaces:
- TIMKEN 513089
TIMKEN WHEEL BEARING & HUB ASSEMBLY: 513089
- Brand New Timken Wheel Bearing & Hub Assembly
- Fits LH (Driver) or RH (Passenger Side) FRONT
- Direct replacement
- Replaces dealer part numbers: 4593450AA
- Built to strict quality control standards
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- You don't want to be delayed by a defective part. 1A Auto hub bearings are all tested prior to shipping.
- This hub bearing will install just as your original does. You can use your existing hardware.
- Save time and money with this direct fit hub bearing assembly. 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.
1. Jack the vehicle up and support with proper jack stands.
2. Have a helper hold the brake pedal while you loosen the Axle Shaft Nut. This usually requires a large socket (30mm or larger) and impact wrench.
3. Remove the brake caliper and brake rotor. Use string or a plastic tie to hang the caliper up and out of the way.
4. Unplug ABS sensor (if applicable)
5. Unbolt the hub flange. The hub may come free from the axle shaft easily, if not, use a gear puller or similar tool that pulls on the hub while pushing on the axle shaft. DO NOT try to drive the axle out with a hammer, this could ruin your axle CV joints.
Reverse order to install.
We were able to do a removal and replace on a GM car in about 45 minutes.
- 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.
Note: This part is an authentic Timken brand product that is 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.
Effective June 23, 2014: This item is backed by a manufacturer's Limited Lifetime Warranty. In the event this item should fail due to manufacturing defects during intended use, we will exchange the part free of charge (excludes shipping charges) for the original purchaser. Please keep your invoice for proof of this warranty.
Remove the wheel
- Loosen the lug nuts
- Raise and secure the vehicle
- Remove the lug nuts and the wheel.
Remove the brakes
- Turn the wheel to better access the caliper
- Use a flat blade screwdriver to compress the caliper piston
- Remove the two 10 mm bolts to remove the caliper.
- Fasten the caliper up with wire ties out of the way
- Remove the rotor, hammering it off if its rusted onto the hub.
Remove the hub
- Remove the hub nut with a 34 mm socket and impact wrench.
- If you donâ€™t have an impact wrench, put the wheel and lug nuts back on and lower the car and use a breaker bar.
- Unbolt the three 18 mm hub bolts.
- Take caution not to damage the CV boot.
- Break the hub loose with a hammer and remove it.
Install the new hub
- Place the hub onto the steering knuckle and work the axle into place.
- Bolt the three 18 mm bolts into place.
- Torque them to 90 ft lbs, rotating so they get torqued evenly.
- Replace the hub nut, but do not tighten all the way.
Reassemble the brakes
- Put the rotor on and put a lug nut on just to keep it from running away on you while you put the caliper back on
- Put the pads into the caliper and compress the piston with a c-clamp
- Bolt the 10 mm caliper bolts back in
- Put the wheel back on and hand tighten the lug nuts
- Torque the hub nut to 105 ft lbs
- Torque the lug nuts to 90-100 ft lbs using a star pattern.
- Pump the brakes a few times to recompress the caliper pistons and do a few 5-10 mph stops in the driveway before road testing.
How-to Video:(13:19 min)
- Socket Extensions
- Torque Wrench
- Pry Bar
- 10mm Socket
- 18mm Socket
- 19mm Socket
- 34mm Socket
- Large C-Clamp
- Large Hammer
- 10mm Wrench
- 18mm Wrench
- 19mm Wrench
Ratchets & Related
Screwdrivers & Related
Sockets - Metric
Wrenches - Metric
This part replaces:
- TIMKEN 513089
- 1999-2004 Chrysler 300 Wheel Bearing & Hub Assembly Front (Timken)
- 1999-2004 Chrysler 300M Wheel Bearing & Hub Assembly Front (Timken)
- 1993-2004 Chrysler Concorde Wheel Bearing & Hub Assembly Front (Timken)
- 1994-2001 Chrysler LHS Wheel Bearing & Hub Assembly Front (Timken)
- 1994-1996 Chrysler New Yorker Wheel Bearing & Hub Assembly Front (Timken)
- 1993-2004 Dodge Intrepid Wheel Bearing & Hub Assembly Front (Timken)
- 1993-1997 Eagle Vision Wheel Bearing & Hub Assembly Front (Timken)
Part #: TKSHF00024
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Brand #: 513089
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