Honda HR-V Owners & Service Manuals

Honda HR-V: Rear Hub Bearing Unit Removal and Installation (AWD)

Exploded View

1. Hub Bearing Unit - Exploded View

Exploded View

Suspension System - Service Information
Fig. 26: Rear Hub Bearing Exploded View WIth Torque Specifications

Removal & Installation

NOTE: Refer to the Exploded View as needed during the following procedures.

1. Vehicle - Lift

2. Rear Wheel - Remove

3. Parking Brake - Release

4. Driveshaft Spindle Nut - Remove

Suspension System - Service Information

  1. Pry up the stake (A) on the spindle nut (B)
  2. Remove the spindle nut.

5. Rear Wheel Speed Sensor - Remove

Suspension System - Service Information

6. Rear Brake Calliper - Remove

7. Rear Brake Disc - Remove

8. Hub Bearing Unit - Remove

Suspension System - Service Information
Fig. 28: Rear Hub Bearing Mounting Bolts Torque Specifications

  1. Remove the hub bearing unit (A) and the splash guard/rear hub carrier (B).

    NOTE:

    • Do not pull the driveshaft end outward. The inner driveshaft inboard joint may come apart.
    • Be careful not to damage the brake line.
    • Keep the wheel bearing/encoder away from any magnetic field. The encoder can be damaged or erased.

9. All Removed Parts - Install

  1. Install the hub bearing unit in the reverse order of removal.

    NOTE: Apply a small amount of engine oil to the seating surface of a new spindle nut.

REAR SPRING REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION (2WD)

Removal

1. Vehicle - Lift

2. Rear Wheels - Remove

3. Damper Lower Side - Disconnect

Suspension System - Service Information

  1. Position a floor jack under lower spring seat (A) of the axle beam. Do not place the floor jack under the center of the axle beam
  2. Raise the floor jack until the suspension begins to compress
  3. Remove the damper mounting bolt (B).

4. Spring - Remove

Suspension System - Service Information

  1. Lower the floor jack gradually
  2. Remove the spring (A), upper rubber mount (B), and lower rubber mount (C).

Installation

1. Spring - Install

Suspension System - Service Information

  1. Install the upper rubber mount (A) on the spring (B) by aligning the upper end (C) of the spring with the ledge portion (D) of the upper rubber mount.

Suspension System - Service Information

  1. Install the lower rubber mount (A) on the spring (B) by aligning the lower end (C) of the spring with the ledge portion (D) of the lower rubber mount.

Suspension System - Service Information

  1. Install the tab (A) of the lower rubber mount into the groove (B) of the lower spring seat.

    NOTE:

    • Make sure that the tab of the lower rubber mount is properly installed into the axle beam (C).
    • Make sure that the spring was installed correctly.

2. Rear Damper Lower Side - Connect

Suspension System - Service Information
Fig. 29: Rear Damper Lower Mounting Bolt Torque Specifications

  1. Position a floor jack under lower spring seat (A) of the axle beam. Do not place the floor jack under the center of the axle beam
  2. Raise the floor jack until the suspension begins to compress
  3. Loosely install a new damper mounting bolt (B)
  4. Raise the rear suspension with the jack until the vehicle just lifts off of the safety stands, then tighten the damper mounting bolt to the specified torque.

3. Rear Wheels - Install

4. Wheel Alignment - Check

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