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MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 Wheel Hub Assembly Rear Bearing Replacement

My drivers side REAR wheel bearing went and i am in the process of replacing it. I have read that some people just replace the whole hub with a bearing already pressed in it. And from what i hear thats a heck of a lot easier than pulling and pressing a new bearing in. Does have any experience going down this path and where I can buy the assembly

Using a hub and carrier assembly with a good bearing is one way to go. I dont think that they were talking about buying the assembly new though. They probably installed a used hub and carrier assembly from a parts car. Other types of vehicles use a more easily replaceable hub and bearing assmebly that just bolts on. There are several DIY methods of handling the repair. One is to remove the entire hub

I would contact a few more repair shops. Try to find some that specialize in MB work they will be more familiar and not guesstimate. I dont know of anyone that rents the hub tools but check the Peachparts Shopforum site they have a big thread for tool rentals among members and maybe you can find someone. It is expensive to buy but also about equal to paying the shop. I bought a Harbor Freight front

Posted by babarche There is a really good pictorial how-to here PeachPartsWiki Rear Wheel Carrier Removal (Rear Wheel bearing Change) It shows the method of removing the whole carrierhub assembly and having a machine shop swap out the bearing. Spent some time this weekend pulling the hub really not a bad job. The thing that gave me the hardest trouble was the control air tie rod 89 1989 mercedes

I was trying to find some info on the rear wheel bearings to see how big of a pain in the they are to replace and from the sounds of it they seem pretty bad. I tried searching in the Service Manual for my car and I cant find anything that explains the procedure for removing or installing the rear wheel bearings in the car. (Or the front ones either actually...) Im not even sure if I really NEED to

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 replace front wheel bearing - how difficult is it

87-190D2.5 with 260000 miles My drive-side front wheel bearing got shot at 75mph. I drove it for another 15 miles at 50mph. it seems that drove some of the steel balls into metal wire. So I have to replace the two bearings. Can anyone who has done such job share some tips as well as how long it make take and how difficult I had them replaced just a year ago. I suspect the shop put a cheap aftermarket bearing into it. So this time I decide to do it myself if feasible. thanks a lot.

bearing housing.... Do you mean the bearing race If so the bearing housing needs to be tapped out of the hub. When bearings are replaced the bearing race will also need to be replace. Depending on how much heat was generated when the bearings went bad the bearing race could be really tough to knock out. The new race is a press fit. You could use the old race to help tap it in or you can buy a special

Finally I got it fixed with help from a friend. As promised I now report back. Also I wrote down a step by step procedure before I started which is attached at the end. As expected the 15-mile drive created enough heat to expand the inner race of outer bearing which then got pushed inwards when it cooled down it gripped the axle. it took us about an hour with chizel saw hammer until my friend came

How do I remove the inner radial seal on the hub assembly

Ok my wife called me back in for lunch but I took a bunch of photos that I am uploading into my computer right now. I was able to remove the hub and extract the bearings. Brace yourself for a long download for a step by step process After my afternoon tee I will install the new bearings in the hub and then install new brake disks pads and sensor that would be PART II.

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MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 Replace Front Wheel bearing - Now report back.

Procedure for front wheel bearings replacement and related jobs Remove wheel hub from steering knuckle 1.Remove wheel. 2.Remove brake assembly and hang it on suspension spring with wire. (wire brush the caliper outer covering rag cleaning the surface with pre-all solution let it dry brush on a thin coat of rust encapsulator. Leave it to dry for 24 hours apply a coat of rust-olem. Do the same on the

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 Replacing front wheel bearings (attn drewprof)

My front drivers side wheel makes a screachingrubbing noise when turning either right or left (cant remember which right now). With wheel and brake disc removed the inner hub moves around a wee bit. The passenger side and the other 2 steering knuckle assemblies I have all seem solid with no real movement. While I have everything apart to replace my ball joints I think I might tackle replacing the front

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 Front Wheel Bearings Slide Show

Apparently I accidentally deleted my previous pictures on how to replace the front wheel bearings that I stored on BW. So to make it it up I have made this slide show with those pictures Enjoy

Nice job drew.... and thanks for posting I have 2 questions 1- Is it hard to get the bearing outer sleeve out of the hub 2- Why you did dremel the hub Thanks in advance

Not too hard just stay with it. I deremeled the hub because it appeared that the previous owners mechanic must have banged the shit out of the racers and left burs in there. I simply used the tool to smooth the surface and make sure that no metal chunks would ever come out if the edges collapsed.

Quote Originally Posted by drewprof Not too hard just stay with it. I deremeled the hub because it appeared that the previous owners mechanic must have banged the shit out of the racers and left burs in there. I simply used the tool to smooth the surface and make sure that no metal chunks would ever come out if the edges collapsed. Cool...Ill keep that in mind

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 Front Wheel Bearings A step by step pictorial

Ok This is part I which includes the process of removing the break caliper out off the way detach the hub from the brake disk and remove the bearings with their racers. Part II (When I get to it) will show how to pack the bearings with grease how to slip in the bearing racers and finally how to assemble the whole thing with new brake components. Cheers Drew Here is the link https713.photobucket.comalbumsw...albumviewgrid

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 Removing Front Wheel Bearings

Hey all So I have heard a lot of screeching & squealing from the front passenger tire of my 1984 190D. Replacing the brake pads & rotors didnt fix the noise so Im going to replace both bearings. So far I have gotten all the way to removing the outer bearing but no matter how hard I pull (even after heating it up with a propane torch) I cannot get the bearing out. The casing for the bearings will also

Wow that looks pretty fused in there. New hub maybe

New hub maybe the solution. Im hoping somebody here can point out what Im doing wrong. The race spins in place easily against the axel. No matter how much I hammer or heat it up it wont budge when I try to pull it away from the hub.

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 190D 2.5 front springs and rim fitment issues

So my mechanic replaced the front springs in my 190D 2.5 (both were snapped) and he also without my permission bought used rims for my car because he believes the ones I have on there (from a 92 W124 the 8 hole ones) are causing the lug bolts to stick (they have been drilled out 3 times now). Well I got the car back yesterday after that work and 2200 in other suspension work (rear links bushings bearings

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 Warped wheel hub

At least it seems like a warped hub. I started getting a noise from the passenger side front wheel shortly after replacing front rotors on my car. I thought it was a bad bearing and replaced it (both) last week. The noise has not gone away and inspecting it today it seems like i may have a warped hub thats causing the rotor to not spin straight and pulls on the caliper. Also when spinning the wheel

I did. Ive had a warped hub before on a honda civic- though that seems to be a flimsy 14in. aluminum hub compared to this 190e hub. After pressing the hub from the seized rusted rotor I examined the hub and thought it looked as though such force would have no impact on it. But the result is the wheel definitely doesnt spin straight though (unlike the time I had the warped honda hub) I see no divergence

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 Drivers side rear wheel bearing

The drivers side rear wheel bearing is making some noise and I want to replace it. Can someone help me out with some basic instructions and maybe some pointers I read the post about the front wheel bearing is the process similar Where is the best place to order a quality bearing Thanks

Well I have a 1990 190 E 2.6L. I have replaced my right rear wheel bearing 2 times over the years and have replace lots of front and rear bearings on lots of different cars. the rear bearing is a big sealed bearing. First if you jack up the rear of the car and grab a hold of the wheel at the top and bottom see if you can wiggle it . If you can then you will need to remove the axle nut and remove the

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 front rotor change help needed

Hey All I cant separate the brake disc from the wheel hub I removed the allen screw and have totally remove the entire unit. Is this one unit or am I not crazy and the disc should separate from the inner wheel hub Help Here are some pics first 4 pics are of the original unit removed from the car The last 4 pics are of the new rotor(s) I bought today Any help much appreciated

Assuming we are talking about a late model W201 the front and rear disk assemblies are different. The rear rotor is one piece and the schematic shows how the disk and caliper are put together. However the front rotor is a two piece device. The hub and the rotor separate after removal of the four retaining bolts. Clean out the hub remove the bearings and the two races from the hub. Thoroughly clean

Quote Originally Posted by milosz87 My wheel bearing is shot on the right front side of my car is this how id replace it My advice is to change all bearings on the front. Jack the car and remove the wheelstires. Two bolts will remove the caliper. Hang from a string and do not bend the brake lines. Pop off the center cap untwist the cotter pin and remove the castling nut and spacer washer. Remove the

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 Problems--Driver Window Rear Bearing and Parking Brake Help

Because it was such a nice weekend I had a buddy come over to help with the car. Managed to get the front strut mount (left) in place. Took the rear wheel off and developed the first issue The Parking Brake shoes pads cracked off while removing the disc. Found some on line for 26--figure that is a good price but if anyone knows differently please let me know. Then the Second Issue--got the hub nut

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 Rear Wheel Bearing Nightmare Ii

Yeah once again I tried unsucessfully to remove my whining rear wheel bearing only this time I froze my ass off. Im scared to take my 190 for a long drive for fear of failure of the bearing resulting in ... I dont even want to think about it. I havent called my dealer for a quote yet because I really dont want to bring it there but I feel its my last option. I can not get to the damn thing after I

On the front we have the luxury of taper roller bearings which can normally be re-greased and adjusted and the beauty of taper roller bearing is the hub will just pulls off the stub axle if replacing the bearing. With the hub off the it car makes it much easier to remove the race.

MERCEDES BENZ SL R129 Front wheel bearings

Hi front wheel bearings have a little play (they sound okay though) I will adjust them but should I repack them with grease at the same time What size is the hub nut (I hate having to go out for tools 12 way through a job) Any seals etc I should be replacing Do I need a puller for the hub or will it pop off with the nut removed Thanking you all in advance. Richard

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 how to pull this hub

What is the best way to pull this front wheel hub away from the spindle Im trying to replace wheel bearings. Should I use wheel puller or slide hammer maybe. Is this wheel hub attached somehow or is it just slide on slide of because im unable to pull it away with my hands.

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 wheel bearing replacement part question

well i replaced the bearings in the front end and everything seemed fine till i drove it 4 hrs. when i got home i hit a little bump in the road and heard a noise i thought i fixed when i replaced it but to my suprise it came back. so i ignore it for a few days till i have a right turn in to a parking space at work and hear the same griding vibration that the old bearings made. so i pull into my garage

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 Suspension Probelm.

hey guys Im new here a 89 190E 2.6 137K was have handed down to me from my folks beautiful car...I love it. I have fixed a few things with easy thanks to you guys and Im hoping you can do the same for me on my new problem... When I hit a bump with the drivers side front tire the car makes a clanging noise. It doesnt do it on the passenger front. I only have a 10 day inspection sticker so before i go

the tire in the vertical direction but with bad bearings wouldnt it also move in the vertical direction or in any direction Replacing the bearings doesnt seem to be too hard of a job thanks to drewprofs pics he posted of a job he did but i hate to fix something if it isnt broken. I appreciate the feedback bearing kit have everything I need Auto Parts and Accessories Catalog - bearing - 1989 mercedes

Quote Originally Posted by JimSmith However you reported there is play in one of the front wheels. You described it as markedly more on one side than the other. That is typically wheel bearings and when they are really shot like they have a ball or two missing they can clunk. To check you need to exercise the wheel by rocking it in the vertical direction. IF there is no movement in the vertical direction

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 Any words of wisdom

In Novemeber of 2004 I had a minor incident with a curb which incapacitated my front right wheel of my 93 190e. The majority of the suspension was replaced by a non-mercedes certified shop. In February of this year the right front wheel bearings seized up (I am told this is highly unusual). I returned the car to the shop that made the initial repairs. They of course claimed it was due to no fault of

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 It was going perfect until.....

So when replacing my front brake and new wheel bearings today I made the terrible mistake of placing the outer bearing race in backwards. I cannot even pound it out because its beveled and now is flush on the interior. any ideas also anyone have a hub for a 1986 190e I am screwed now and have no car until I get this done. Shiza.... I was so close everything was going swimmingly Peter

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS G Front Calipers 280GE

I am trying to change my front brake discs (US - rotors). I thought this would be a simple task - 2 bolts to get the caliper off and one Pozidrive screw retaining the disc. However the two bolts that hold the caliper on are extraordinarily tight. The lower one which has a reasonable size head (but not much clearance for a socket) eventually shifted with a long torque wrench. The upper one I cant shift.

I just finished replacement of the front bearing(one side). To open the calipersI first used a 19 box wrench with a 38 drive and an extension.This easily fits but could not open the bolts. The 38 extension was not strong enough it twisted(like a torsion spring) resulting in power loss to the bolt.I then used combination wrenches(several types) but could not get enough torque although they fitted well.

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 replace brake rotors & what else

I am going to be replacing the front brake rotors. What other parts should I replace set of pads 2 rotors Want to order the parts and have it all there so my car will not be down too long. Thanks

Quote Originally Posted by Bruce R. ( 1 ) Why change out the tow small screws that hold the rotors to the hub All they do is hold the rotors in place while the wheel is off and there isnt any strain on them. They are not hardened screws and there isnt a real torque for them..... ( 2 ) Why change the wheel bearings Granted they have mileage on them but they are designed to go far more then 100000 miles.

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 Help- need brake service advice for 190

Our euro-spec 87 190d 2.0L 4spd that we bought in February desperately needs brakes. I have ordered rotors calipers pads and hoses for all 4 wheels and now we need a shop in the chicago area to do the work. (I was going to do it- but decided to let someone else do this first repair for safety reasons). The parts will be here in a week. A shop quoted 5.5 hours at 350 to do the parts swap. Is this reasonable

bearing hubs stay on the car and the rotors come off by removing two screws and the calipers. Makes for an easier job. Repacking the front wheel bearings is a seperate job.

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 HumWhine from rear of car...

See the post for calibrating the speedometer for more details on the drive up here but the car still has the humwhine from the back of the car. I had (before moving) changed the diff. fluid. hoping it would make a bit of difference. I jacked up each side and dont hear any grinding of the bearing when I rotate the tires and the hub and tire seem rock solid (no wobble). The noise seems to be equal to

There is a very nice Alpine with quite good sound (better than the Blaupunkt in the BMW I moved a couple of hours earlier--however I know the BMW still has factory speakers). I am just concerned because this will be my wifes car and I dont want a call saying that the back end of the car went Thunk and fell off or the wheel locked up (differential or wheel bearing problems). The guy I bought it from

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 car shaking around 55-65 MPH

okay i really dont understand why my car does this... so when im on the highway accelerating when my car hits around 55MPH it starts to shake. i have no idea what causes this. but if you could give me some thoughts id greatly appreciate it. thanks a lot mike

If the shake is due to speed it is usually the the wheels and part too... If it is due to rpms it is most likely an engine and parts problem. If it happens at high speeds and worsens when stopping it is probably your rotors if not and just at high speeds it is likely to be your wheel bearings or hubs. Last check to see if your wheels are balanced Did you lend you car to somebody...could of crashed

MERCEDES BENZ 123 123 crunching grinding scrubbing noise from rear wheel

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MERCEDES BENZ 123 123 Strange noises in the transmission or gearbox

Hello friends I am a member of mercedes benz Club Costa Rica and 2 12 months ago I bought a 1984 classic w123 300D. It turns out that I have already invested a lot in it but it still has a weird noise at slow motion especially when turning to the right from where (I think ) is the right rear axle. I press the clutch and the sound ceases. Ive checked on the internet about it and I suspect it might be

Quote Originally Posted by hjoab Hello friends I am a member of mercedes benz Club Costa Rica and 2 12 months ago I bought a 1984 classic w123 300D. It turns out that I have already invested a lot in it but it still has a weird noise at slow motion especially when turning to the right from where (I think ) is the right rear axle. I press the clutch and the sound ceases. Ive checked on the internet

Taking the Rear Wheel hubs apart to regrease them is not an option because besided being a lot of work youwould need a Special Tool and a Dial Indicator taking apart the hub often damages the bearings (that are about 4x more costly than the front Wheel Berings). See the below Links for the proceedure. Repair Links DIY Links by Parts Category - PeachParts mercedes ShopForum PeachPartsWiki Do It Yourself

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MERCEDES BENZ 124 124 Failed State Inspection. Need advice

Hi Folks Today I took my beloved 95 E320 for state inspection and failed the safety part of it (passed the emissions test). According to the mechanic at Tires Plus (and he did show me the problems) he found 1)Both front wheel bearings need to be repacked because both front wheels have play. I told him the vehicle was inspected at the dealer about 10K miles ago and they didnt find anything wrong. He

Quote Sergio - 11162005 835 AM One more question since the vehicle has close to 160K miles do you suggest I replace all the front wheel bearings or just repacking them is OK. Thanks again Sergio If the bearings have been maintained they should be okay. When bearings go bad youd hear a whirring noise from the wheel assembly. The noise would change in pitch in relation to speed. Replacing the bearings

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B5 S4 Brake Conversion for the B5 & B5.5 Passat Purpose Install B5 S4 brakes and wheel bearing housings. The following OEM brakes will mount without custom brackets B5 S4 HP-2 321x30mm rotorscalipers [VAG OEM] TouaregQ7Cayenne calipers and ( modified mercedes benz C240 330mm or ML55 350mm rotors ) [VAGDaimler OEM Shouldered bolts] B5 RS4 360x32mm rotorscalipers [VAG OEM] B7 RS4 365x34mm rotorscalipers

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