Can you replace the wheel bearings on an Acura TL?

Can you replace the wheel bearings on an Acura TL?

Here’s how to replace them yourself and save some serious cash. This article applies to the Acura TL (2004-2008). Worn out wheel hubs and bearings generally make their presence known through various noises. These can include snapping, clicking, popping, knocking or clunking, grinding, and even humming or growling.

Where is the cotter pin on an Acura TL?

Pull the cotter pin from the upper control arm (#17, Figure 1), the lower control arm (#18, Figure 1), and the tie rod end using needle nose pliers. It’s a good idea to mark the tie rod end threads for easier re-installation.

What kind of noise does an Acura TL make?

This article applies to the Acura TL (2004-2008). Worn out wheel hubs and bearings generally make their presence known through various noises. These can include snapping, clicking, popping, knocking or clunking, grinding, and even humming or growling.

How do you remove ABS sensor from Acura TL?

Disconnect the ABS sensor by removing the 10mm bolts from the knuckle (#15 and 19 Figure 1). Use the tie rod end puller/separator to remove the upper and lower control arm and tie rod end from the knuckle. Lift the ball joint out of the lower control arm and pull the knuckle toward you to remove it from the axle.

Here’s how to replace them yourself and save some serious cash. This article applies to the Acura TL (2004-2008). Worn out wheel hubs and bearings generally make their presence known through various noises. These can include snapping, clicking, popping, knocking or clunking, grinding, and even humming or growling.

Pull the cotter pin from the upper control arm (#17, Figure 1), the lower control arm (#18, Figure 1), and the tie rod end using needle nose pliers. It’s a good idea to mark the tie rod end threads for easier re-installation.

This article applies to the Acura TL (2004-2008). Worn out wheel hubs and bearings generally make their presence known through various noises. These can include snapping, clicking, popping, knocking or clunking, grinding, and even humming or growling.

Disconnect the ABS sensor by removing the 10mm bolts from the knuckle (#15 and 19 Figure 1). Use the tie rod end puller/separator to remove the upper and lower control arm and tie rod end from the knuckle. Lift the ball joint out of the lower control arm and pull the knuckle toward you to remove it from the axle.

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