1999 Honda Accord "axle nut torque" Questions

Ad

axle nut which will usually have a crimp lock. Look in the center for a part of the nut bent into a groove in the axle. tap it out so the nut can turn with a punch and hammer. The nut is on with a lot

Ad

Question about Honda Accord

1 Answer

...axle nut is 181 ft lbs. For the most part, sung it up and then go a bit further. If you are reusing the old axle nut, tighten it until the stake mark on the nut lines up with the notch in the axle ...

Ad

Question about Honda Accord

1 Answer

...for right side cv driveshaft nut? TIGHT... I normally go to 100-120ft/lbs Then take a Chisel where the Notch is in the Axle and hit the Lip of the NUT down and you will not have to worry about

What are the torque specs for the rear hub assembly axle nut on a 1997 honda accord with drum brakes You can look in your owners manual for torque specs, it list all torque values for the vehicle.

Question about Honda Accord

1 Answer

...nut, separate the tie rod end and the lower ball joint from the steering knuckle to swing it away from the drive axle. Don't forget to drain the gear oil from the transmission before you pry the axle ...

torque requirement for rear wheel bearing Axle nut should be torqued to 139lb-ft.

nut. Best solution is have someone step on the brakes or put the car in top gear with the parking brake engaged.(This will not work on an automatic) With the driveshaft nuts removed put the vehicle on

...axle nut off. next remove the 4 bolts on the rear wheel bearing assembly. and take in to machine shop they will have to press out bearings so that you can replace your rotors. as long as your doing ...

Question about Honda Accord

3 Answers

...there are 2 ways. 1- purchase a slide hammer from any auto parts or harbor freight, and get the cv axle remover adapter to screw on the end. Slide between the axle where it meets the trans and ...

Question about Honda Accord

1 Answer

you'll be replacing the bearings as well. once it is all back together it is very important to torque the axle nut to the proper spec. Failure to do so will cause the wheel bearing to fail prematurely

Not finding what you are looking for?
1999 Honda Accord Logo

1,593 questions posted

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Popular Products

1992 Honda Accord
1992 Honda Accord

2,940 Questions

1991 Honda Accord
1991 Honda Accord

2,649 Questions

1995 Honda Accord
1995 Honda Accord

1,606 Questions

1996 Honda Accord
1996 Honda Accord

1,608 Questions

1998 Honda Accord
1998 Honda Accord

1,531 Questions

Top Honda Experts

Marvin
Marvin

Level 3 Expert

85020 Answers

Colin Stickland
Colin Stickland

Level 3 Expert

22484 Answers

Jonah Oneal

Level 3 Expert

14092 Answers

Are you a Honda Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

Loading...