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How to replace front shock absorber bearing SKODA ROOMSTER 1 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC
How to replace front shock absorber bearing SKODA ROOMSTER 1 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC

Use a socket №16 Use a socket №10 Use a socket №18 and a open end wrench №18 Use a socket №13 Use a special tool to tighten the spring Use a combination spanner №21 […] Read More

How to replace front wheel bearing BMW 5 E39 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC
How to replace front wheel bearing BMW 5 E39 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC

Use a socket №18 Use an end bit №5 Use a socket №16 Use a socket №18 and a combination spanner №16 Use a combination spanner №19 Use a special tool for removing the tie […] Read More

How to replace rear wheel bearing VW LUPO TUTORIAL | AUTODOC
How to replace rear wheel bearing VW LUPO TUTORIAL | AUTODOC

Use a phillips screwdriver Using a punch and a hammer take out the wheel bearing cap. Use a socket №30 Treat the brake drum seat with a copper grease

How to replace rear wheel bearing MERCEDES-BENZ C W204 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC
How to replace rear wheel bearing MERCEDES-BENZ C W204 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC

Use a socket №32 Use a combination spanner №18 Use a torx №T30 Use round-nose pliers Use a socket №E10 Use a socket №8 Use a torx №M12 and a open-end wrench №18 Use a […] Read More

How to replace rear wheel bearing TOYOTA PRIUS 2 [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]
How to replace rear wheel bearing TOYOTA PRIUS 2 [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]

Use a socket №12 Use a special spray to lubricate the brake drum seat

How to replace rear wheel bearing / rear hub bearing on VW GOLF 6 (5K1) [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]
How to replace rear wheel bearing / rear hub bearing on VW GOLF 6 (5K1) [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]

Required tools: Wire brush WD-40 spray Multipurpose grease Drive socket # 13 Combination spanner #13 Combination spanner #19 XZN socket bit # 12 XZN socket bit # 18 Torx bit T30 Wheel impact socket #17 […] Read More

How to replace front wheel bearing MAZDA MX-5 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC
How to replace front wheel bearing MAZDA MX-5 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC

Use a socket № 14 Using a simple screwdriver and a hammer remove the wheel bearing cap Use a socket № 27