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Re: OT toyota sienna bearing

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12-29-2012 01:50:37

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I'm not ral familiar with the Sienna, but it's one of two types. 1st generation hub bearings require removal of the hub then removal of the bearing which can be done on-the-car with a Hub Shark (costly tool) or off-the-car with a shop press (knuckle removed) therefore usually requiring an alignment. Machine shops can press them in and out. The second type is the 2nd generation in which the hub and bearing are replaced as an assembly which is bolted into the knuckle. These are usually easier to replace. Look for three or four bolts on the back side of the knuckle to find out which type you have. Gerard

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12-29-2012 08:45:29

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 Re: OT toyota sienna bearing in reply to ASEguy, 12-29-2012 01:50:37  
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Thank you,

I am having father in law clear some space in his garage and will jack it up and check for any wobble - I am hoping it is second generation type so can just remove and replace - however knowing my luck it wont be - the removal of the knuckle does not seem too difficult but the hub and bearing removal does indeed seem to require a press etc.


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12-30-2012 04:05:54

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 Re: OT toyota sienna bearing in reply to Britcheflee, 12-29-2012 08:45:29  
If the wheel wobble is significant and it's a 1st generation hub bearing order a hub too since the press fit will be reduced due to metal loss. Make sure you torque the hub nut to specs and not just "tight". The torque sets the preload. A hefty punch put in the cooling fins of the rotor works great. Post back if you need any more help. Gerard

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12-29-2012 10:07:32

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 Re: OT toyota sienna bearing in reply to Britcheflee, 12-29-2012 08:45:29  
I second the idea of checking it yourself. Most shops dealing with front ends and wheels that I have dealt with will give you a "Sir, I need you to come and look at this" then show you why you need to have some extra work done.
Of course I'm always there when they are working on it. I don't just drop off a car and go home.

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