You may have better response by Googling the procedure you are attempting. Most of this board is 2010+ owners. Or can't you buy a cheap Chilton Repair Manual ? Seems like a well-spent $15 for a 2006 vehicle that you want to repair yourself. You'll need torque-settings anyways, right ? That is a good source of them.geerjm said:The large nut (Axle Shaft Nut) on the front is what size? I'll need to purchase the part...
geerjm said:The large nut (Axle Shaft Nut) on the front is what size? I'll need to purchase the part...
Yeah thanks, and you can see in the pics that i also had the struts off. I replaced them to. Daughter says it rides like new again.RIT333 said:I'm impressed. Great perseverance on your part. Sounds like you earned a beer or three after that job.
My 06 takes a 34mm it has a 3400 v6 engine so there may be a difference between 4cylinder and 6cylinder.It is a 32mm deep socket. Not sure if a standard will work. I borrowed one from a friend. I replaced the hub bearing on both side of my daughters '06. Each side was the worst 2 hours i ever spent. They were stuck in there and didn't want to come out. It took a torch and a 3lb sledge and an hour of pounding on it. Both sides were the same. Putting the new ones in went smooth as silk.
The forum will not let me post a link but if you insert the (www) in front of each link below you see 2 pictures i took. Some browsers will work if you just copy the line as is without the w's and it will work.