Honda HR-V Owners & Service Manuals

Honda HR-V: Wheel Bolt Removal and Installation

Special Tools Required

Ball Joint Remover, 28 mm 07MAC-SL00202

Suspension System - Service Information

Removal

NOTICE

  • Do not use a hammer or impact tools (pneumatic or electric).
  • Be careful not to damage the threads of the wheel bolts.

Front

1. Vehicle - Lift

2. Front Wheel - Remove

3. Front Hub - Remove

4. Wheel Bolt - Remove

Suspension System - Service Information

  1. Separate the wheel bolt (A) from the hub (B) using a hydraulic press. Support the hub with hydraulic press attachments (C) or equivalent tools.

Rear

5. Vehicle - Lift

6. Rear Wheel - Remove

7. Rear Brake Disc - Remove

8. Wheel Bolt - Remove

Suspension System - Service Information

  1. Separate the wheel bolt (A) from the hub (B).

    NOTE: If the angle of the remover against the wheel bolt is not vertical, readjust the ball joint remover by turning the head (C) of the adjusting bolt (D).

Installation

NOTICE

  • Do not use a hammer or impact tools (pneumatic or electric).
  • Be careful not to damage the threads of the wheel bolts.

Front

1. Wheel Bolt - Install

Suspension System - Service Information

  1. Insert a new wheel bolt (A) into the hub (B) while aligning the splined surfaces (C) on the hub hole with the wheel bolt.

    NOTE:

    • Degrease the area around the wheel bolt.
    • Make sure the wheel bolt is installed vertically to the hub disc surface.
    • Before installing the new wheel bolt, clean the mating surfaces on the bolt and the hub.
  2. Install the wheel bolt using a hydraulic press until the wheel bolt shoulder is fully seated. Support the hub with hydraulic press attachments (D) or equivalent tools.

2. Front Hub - Install

3. Front Wheel - Install

NOTE: If you cannot tighten the wheel nut to the specified torque when installing the wheel, replace the front hub.

Rear

4. Wheel Bolt - Install

Suspension System - Service Information

  1. Insert a new wheel bolt (A) into the hub (B) while aligning the splined surfaces (C) on the hub hole with the wheel bolt.

    NOTE:

    • Before installing the new wheel bolt, clean the mating surfaces on the bolt and the hub.
    • Degrease the area around the wheel bolt and the threaded section of the nut.
  2. Adjust the measurement (D) with the washers (P/N 94101-12800 or equivalent) (E)
  3. Install a nut (P/N 90304-SC2-000 or equivalent) (F) hand-tight.

    NOTE :

    • Make sure the wheel bolt is installed vertically to the hub disc surface.
    • Do not install the nut and the washers that have been used as tools on a vehicle.
  4. Tighten the nut.

    NOTE:

    • Do not exceed the maximum torque limit.
    • Make sure there is no gap (G) between the bolt and the hub.

Limited torque: 108 N.m (11.0 kgf.m, 80 lbf.ft) max.

NOTE: If you cannot tighten the wheel nut to the specified torque when installing the wheel, replace the rear hub bearing unit as an assembly - Refer to: Rear Hub Bearing Unit Removal and Installation (2WD), or Rear Hub Bearing Unit Removal and Installation (AWD).

5. Rear Brake Disc - Install

6. Rear Wheel - Install

WHEEL REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

Removal & Installation

1. Vehicle - Lift

2. Wheel - Remove

Suspension System - Service Information
Fig. 32: Wheel Mounting Bolts Torque Specifications

3. All Removed Parts - Install

  1. Install the wheel in the reverse order of removal.

    NOTE: Before installing the wheel, clean the mating surfaces between the brake disc and the inside of the wheel.

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