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i need a diagram of the front wheel hub assembly on a 93 isuzu

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i need a diagram of the front wheel hub assembly on a 93 isuzu rodeo. im trying to get the cv axle out so that i can replace the lower ball joint but i need to take the hub assembly out first.
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Car
Expert:  AutoTech08 replied 5 years ago.

Hi there,

 

Is your vehicle equipped with

 

1. 4WD?

2. Automatic or manual locking hubs?

Customer: replied 5 years ago.
it is 4wd and it has auto locking hubs
Expert:  AutoTech08 replied 5 years ago.

Hi there,

 

Does this meet your requirements?

 

graphic

 

Customer: replied 5 years ago.
ok so how does it come apart. that doesnt look quite like what i have.
Expert:  AutoTech08 replied 5 years ago.

HiCustomer

 

Here are a description of the procedures. Can you describe the differences to me?

 

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION AUTOMATIC LOCKING HUB

 

Removal

 

1. Place transfer case lever in 2H position. Move vehicle back and forth approximately 3 feet or more. Raise and support vehicle. Remove wheel and brake caliper. Wire caliper aside. Remove locking hub bolts.

 

2. Remove housing assembly. Remove snap ring, shim(s) and drive clutch assembly. Remove inner cam and lock washer. Remove hub nut with Wrench (J-36827). Remove hub and rotor assembly. Mark hub and rotor relation if they are to be separated.

 

 

Installation

 

1. Ensure transfer case lever is in 2H position. Ensure hub flange, lock washer and axle splines are clean. Install inner cam so cam keyway aligns with steering knuckle groove.

 

2. Using plastic hammer, lightly tap inner cam to ensure cam is seated against lock washer. Ensure cam gear faces outward. Raise lower control arm until axle shaft is horizontal. Install Gauge (J- 36836 and J-36835-2) over end of axle shaft until gauge contacts lock washer. Using feeler gauge, measure clearance between gauge and snap ring groove. If clearance exceeds .004" (.10 mm), install shims.

 

3. Remove gauge. DO NOT remove inner cam. Apply multipurpose grease to axle shaft splines. Apply grease to proper areas of drive clutch assembly and housing.

 

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Apply proper amount of grease to designated areas.

 

4. Align cutout area of drive clutch assembly with concave area of inner cam. Engage cam teeth of drive clutch assembly with inner cam teeth by rotating axle shaft.

CAUTION: Always install NEW snap ring on axle shaft.

 

5. Place snap ring installer in center hole of axle shaft. Hit snap ring installer by hand while pulling axle shaft outward. DO NOT use hammer to install snap ring. Force snap ring into position and ensure it is fully seated.

 

6. Apply Loctite (515) to both sides of housing assembly and flange surface of driven clutch assembly. Install housing-to-hub bolts and tighten to 43 ft. lbs. (58 N.m). Install brake caliper and wheel. Tighten caliper bolts and wheel lug nuts to specification.

 

This is a manual hub.

 

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Customer: replied 5 years ago.
<p>2. Remove housing assembly. Remove snap ring, shim(s) and drive clutch assembly. Remove inner cam and lock washer. <strong>Remove hub nut </strong>with Wrench (J-36827). Remove hub and rotor assembly. Mark hub and rotor relation if they are to be separated.</p><p> </p><p>this is where im having difficulty. can you tell me how to remove the hub nut. </p>
Expert:  AutoTech08 replied 5 years ago.

Hi there,

 

After removing Item 1 to 6, unlock item # XXXXX It is a washer that has a tab bent to lock one or more of the nut hex edges. Use a screw driver to pry and then with a hammer, tap the tab clear of the hex to unlock the tabs. The nut may now be removed.

 

 

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