How to replace front wheel bearing HONDA JAZZ 1 TUTORIAL AUTODOC
How to replace front wheel bearing HONDA JAZZ 1 TUTORIAL AUTODOC

Use a socket №32 Use a socket №17 Use a phillips screwdriver Using sidecutting pliers remove the cotter pin Use a socket №17 Use a combination spanner №19 Use a socket №10 Use a socket №17 and a combination spanner №17 Use round nose pliers to take the locking ring out Use a hydraulic press to spew the wheel-hub bearing from the pintle

23 thoughts on “How to replace front wheel bearing HONDA JAZZ 1 TUTORIAL AUTODOC”

  1. stud196761 says:

    No socket sizes on this video

  2. Zed Man says:

    What ton press is that?

  3. Jim Shelton says:

    I like how these videos show the screws holding the rotor on coming off so easily with just a screwdriver….LOL! Impact driver, PB Blaster, 2 hammers, blowtorch, and finally drilled out. Much fun and kudos to Honda engineers.

  4. R X Conrad says:

    Another Excellent video, with a mellow change of music Lol. You guys make it look so easy with very skilled mechanics!

  5. Clifford Williams says:

    sorry music too loud

  6. stkyrce says:

    The process is very informative….but there is no way all those nuts and bolts came off that easily and an impact gun to torque everything back on. No spec? I wished I had it that easy.

  7. FgtTunning says:

    He did so many wrong things in this video n the wheel bolt have to be changes cuz is worn out n yet the didn't waaaaaaaaht. M u can put the bottom balljont first n torque the nut properly.
    I hope this is only informative video this is not a customer car because you must change the wheel nut that is worn out good luck

  8. FgtTunning says:

    And the driveshaft wheel nut size is 36 millimetres and the others are 17 mm and sometimes 19 and you cannot hang out the ball joint from the screw side you need to Hammer the side

  9. FgtTunning says:

    I'm really thankful for your reply I hope my comment was not too harsh I'm just obsessed with perfection the really annoys me when I see a dot on my screen while I'm watching your video lol

  10. S L N says:

    Thanks for the video & info. God Bless You ¿

  11. xdygmnyrdf says:

    I wonder how this whole bearing is holding on just 2 tiny snap-rings, how can it hold the abuse of hard cornering??

  12. zeroceiling says:

    Why is my shop trying to charge me 2.5 hrs of labour??

  13. Juan Pagan says:

    Tool used with hammer in min. 1:00?

  14. Prestia2011 says:

    That ball joint nut location is such a bad design by Honda

  15. Paul Mann says:

    There is a lack of safety in these vidios, guess he wants to join the one eyed mechanic group for one thing!

  16. debbie biro says:

    Need some less funky music but good video

  17. jose solorzano says:

    It looks like he's installing the wheel bearing backward

  18. RS 1990 says:

    This is an easy task if you have all the right tools for the job!

  19. A PP says:

    chANGE the effING muSIC…pPL dO nOT liKE musIC liKE thIS….alSO, aND captIONS…yES, captIONS…

  20. Martin S says:

    How did you remove the bearing race from the hub? When I hammered out the hub from the knuckle like you did, the bearing race end was left on it.

  21. Derrick Desrochers says:

    No torque spec here , Honda is assume

  22. UforiK says:

    Ok cool, but why the porn music? I thought some busty blonde was going to come and suck the guy off for payment at any moment.

  23. Chris Yu says:

    How did you remove the inner bearing race? Every other vid shows having to cut it off the hub shaft.

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