Refitting

14 Refitting is the reverse of removal. Be sure to tighten all suspension fasteners to the torque listed in this Chapter's Specifications.

15 Refit the wheel and nuts, then lower the vehicle to the ground. Tighten the wheel nuts to the torque listed in the Specifications.

16 Have the rear wheel alignment checked by a suitably-equipped workshop.

13 Hub and bearing assembly (rear) -

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■ A Warning: Dust created by the brake system may contain asbestos, which is harmful to your health. Never blow it out with compressed air and don't inhale any of it. Do not use petroleum-based solvents. Use brake system cleaner only.

Note: Due to the special tools required to renew the bearing, the hub and bearing assembly should not be disassembled by the home mechanic. The assembly can be removed, however, and taken to a dealer service department or other repair workshop to have the bearing renewed.

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