The axle nuts should come off oK unless they have been overly tightened with an impact wrench at some time. Torque required: 185 ft. lbs.
Originally Posted by Consultant
The 4 hub nuts are a little hard to get at. Long sockets help. The ABS line will be in the way so a bracket bolt has to be undone there.
Moving the wheels back and forth as you work, will likely cause power steering fluid to spill, from the reservoir, and air may get in the system.
Rather than remove the caliper, remove the bracket with the caliper on it, if like mine (I have front and rear discs - A Teves system. You may have the TRW brake system if you have rear drums).
Last edited by Jeepman; 12-06-2011 at 10:15 AM.
2007 GC SXT - Magnesium - S&G - 3.8L - 154,180 kms
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