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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

I have not been able to find any information on using a hub with an installed bearing maybe the person that had mentioned this was talking about a different car (even though it was on a benz fourm). Has anyone else gotten a rear wheel bearing replaced I think I might have to take it into a shop but im a little hesitant because i dont think any non benz repair shop will have the special tools to pull

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 recently did a rear wheel bearing replacement about 3 weeks ago. It was a royal PITA I used a mix of tools to create the b90 tool. I used the threaded bolt from a puller some plates from my 4wd ball joint service set and some plates from a pinion bearing race driver set. My biggest mistake was NOT SUPPORTING THE rear OF THE NEW bearing WHILE DRIVING IN THE hub I ended up ruining the inner portion

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

MERCEDES BENZ 123 123 RR rear hub bearing 78 300d

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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 it makes quite the humming noise especially at high speeds. I havent priced the bearing yet locally are they extremely expensive If I am going to take it apart Ill put a new one in to be on the safe side. Have you done this procedure before Any information or tips Does it have to be pressed in or I know some are sold as whole units with the hub and everything others are pressed in and I have a machine shop that can do that. 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 Rear Wheel Noise... Parking Brake or Wheel Bearing

I have been slowly working on the 190d (1984) and have a rear wheel bearing in hand. However when I removed the rear disc the parking brake shoe fell apart and a lot of rust was present on the metal inside. When I bought the car the seller told me his mechanic (Guy up the street mechanic not an MB expert) told him it needed a bearing. Now I am wondering what the signssymptoms of the rear wheel bearing

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 Grinding sound rear differential or wheel bearings

Ever since I bought my 190D a year ago Ive noticed a low grinding sound coming from the rear that I assumed was the exhaust...until the mechanics who fixed my busted brake line last week noticed it during the test drive and suggested it was either a wheel bearing or the rear differential. The grinding sound seems to go away when I make sharp right turns and when Im coasting in neutral there is quite

Forgot to describe the repair. First you have to remove the half shaft. Its not too hard to do this if the flange bolts are in good shape. Youll need a torx socket for the bolts. But if you strip a bolt head your day will be ruined.Youll need a hammer and screw driver to remove the lock cap on the hub shaft and a socket and hefty breaker bar to remove the bolt. Then you will need to pull the wheel bearing for which you will need a set of snap ring pliers and the correct bearing puller. For reassembly you will also need a torque wrench. You should probably lube the half shaft and replace the boots while you do this repair. If you dont have all these tools in your kit the investment is considerable. Ive done this repair myself but Id probably farm it out if I had to do it again. The rear wheel bearings are enormous. They are a tight friction fit and tend to rust in place after a couple of decades. Although you can find instructions for pulling them with simple tools these techniques fail on a bearing thats been happily in place for years. You need the correct bearing puller which will cost more than having the repair professionally done. Unless you plan on doing a lot of these jobs just have it done. That said Id be a little concerned about a mercedes mechanic that cant identify a bad wheel bearing.

Removed the wheel hub over the weekend and found a guy with a 12-ton press who installed the bearing and a new control arm bushing. The super loud growling is gone but Im hearing other rear end noises now...will post back about it later.

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 Rear Wheel Bearing Nightmare

Shortly after I purchased my 88 190E 2.3 thi awful whining from the rear axel was born but is silenced when I make any left turns Anyhow I spent the 70 at Advance and bought the bearing. One sunday after a few hours of manual labor I had to put the wheel back on with the same old bearing because I COULDNT REMOVE THE OLD ONE I couldnt get the hub off and get to the bearing witout causing damage to anything

If you are trying to remove the hat aka the rotor the mallet trick works wonders but only if you do it the right way. You need to hit it at all 5 points where the wheels studs are then maybe take a wire wheel to the connections and make sure all rust is broken away then just some wiggling will get it off. Just out of curiosity how far upstate NY are you I got some BW w201 owners coming to my place

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

Ive done a few of these and to say that they are f%g tight is an understatement. I doubt a puller will be strong enough (waiting to be corrected.) I have found the easiest way is to remove the driveshaft and bolt a slide hammer to the hub face. After about 30-45 mins of sweating cursing and generally getting mad the hub will come off. The inner race can then cut off with a grinder. I have found the

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 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 changing rear wheel bearings easier way

i tried to take the axle off and couldnt get the bolts off so i took the hole hub assembly off witch made it alot easier getting the bearing off and install the new one. also easy to change bushings why your there. hope it helps

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 W201 190D 2.2 Rear End Humming

Hey folks I have the classic is it the differential or the rear wheel bearings noise issue in my 1985 W201 190D. It increases in pitch with the speed Im driving neutral or in gear. Definitely drivetrain and not engine issues. I pulled the diff and inspected it. No signs of pitting or gear damage though the fluid was low and the numb-nuts who last pulled it couldnt be bothered to install a gasket. sigh

I think youre right. Thanks for the good advice I just pulled the rear tires and rotors to be sure and I cant find any sign of noise or play in the bearing hubs... though i did find that my e-brake shoe assemblies had disintegrated into chunky rust piles. One more thing to replace. Ill start tracking down a used diff but in the meantime I think Ill just drive it. I dont imagine itll do any more harm. Thanks

Update Sorry for the delay. It took some time to track down a new diff. As of today Ive replaced the differential with a new (no-issues used from a 1987 190D) one AND....... The humgrowl is still there. Boooooo. Its slightly different but its there. I guess its the bearings. The noise still seems really central. A shop I checked with told me it was my right rear but the noise is not seeming like its

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 2.3-16 Turbo rear endaxle noise

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With the car on the lift when I rotate the right rear wheel I can hear a noise where the axle attaches to the hub of the wheel. I suspect it is the splines on the end of the axle half shaft. Or is there a CV joint in the hub I havent had this apart and am not sure how its put together. Any other suggestions or ideas If it was the bearing it would make a marbly noise and not a rythmic clicking. Robby

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 124 124 W124 TD Rear Bearing puller

Ladies and Gents Anyone have a picture or diagram of the rear wheel bearing puller for a W124 estate (station wagon ) I need to makebuyrentsteal one

YouTube - B90 Sir Tools - W201 190E hub Removal

Quote Originally Posted by boyd waugh YouTube - B90 Sir Tools - W201 190E hub Removal Hey Boyd....thats fine if it works. Most bearings in old service are going to be a LOT harder than that to get out. What if the tool doesnt work () then youre out the price of the tool. And even if it does youll need a hydraulic press to put back the new bearing. I dont know what the tool costs but working with a

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 Rear end....differental

Do the differentals in 190s clunk after a certain mileage Im at 253000 and have a pause that will clunk when I go from Park to Drive. Just curious...Ive changed the oil at least 3 times since 68000 miles and it always came out spotless.

I had exactly the same clunk (more like a clank). One of my flex discs was totally shot. The flex disc is the rubbery thing between the end of the transmission and the drive shaft. There is also a second between the rear diff and the driveshaft. Start there if its not the flex discs then check the support bearing (probably not the issue) between the two halves of the drive shaft or the halfshafts (slightly

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 HELP Easiest way to replace rear springs

I have just completed the fronts using a Klann type compressor. It doesnt seem to fit in into the hole on the rear lower control arm. What have you guys done Section 32-230 (Removing rear Springs) in the guide is not available.

Well when he did that it was in parallel with changing the bearing and some restoration to the rear hub so he got plenty of space (he welded the cross member and also dismantled the sway bar and some linkages around the area...major job as usual)

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.

Anybody know if replacing the rear wheel hub would be any different special tools needed

MERCEDES BENZ 123 123 crunching grinding scrubbing noise from rear wheel

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MERCEDES BENZ 123 123 whine from the rear at speed - what could it be

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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 Hob Compatibility

I have a 1993 190E 2.6 Auto and I was wondering what yearsmodels the hubs were compatible I am going to pickup a used hub (rear wheel bearing bad) and want to have just a backup plan just in case the hub is ruined. I found a 92 with a hub that looks like it was in decent shape just dont want to pull it buy it and then have something minor be different. Thanks Erick

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 chirping noise right side

when im driving i hear a chirping noise coming from the right side. the fast i go the faster it chirps. but when i hit my brakes it stops. i just had my all my brakes done (new front rotors pads and sensors freshly cut back rotors and pads.). i brought the car to the guy who did the brakes and took it for a ride then jacked it up and looked at it. he said he dosent know what it is but its not the brakes.

Technically there are much variants linked to bearings the wheel hub may deteriorate due to bad bearings the matching radial dimensions differ due to a failing bearing rust accelerates the process indeed. Beside the permissible play of the bearing on the hub is the play of the bearing on the slimmed hub (here I mean the diameter where the bearing sits on) itself (personally Ive found a 15mms hub diameter

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

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 Parking Brake Adjustment

My 1989 190E 2.6L gasauto has a problem. If you pull the parking brake lever all the way up the wheels still let the car roll back in Neutral. There is resistance in the handle so I dont think the cable is broken seems to me its out of adjustment. I took off the rear wheels but didnt see anyway to adjust the brake. I also tried to get the rotor off. Is it part of the hub Do I need to take out the wheel bearings After I get the hub off what do I adjust then Thanks.

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 help for a new benz owner

Hi I just bought a 190 2.3 16 which came out from a barn... It has 2 issues 1- doesnt start when cold. I think Im on something with the cold start injector. It runs ok when I put a direct 12v on it. When cranking I dont have any voltage on the injectors connector. So I figure that the problem may be on the temperature sensor.. but I have at least 3 of them in front of the engine a 1 connector one

From my own experience excessive play in the rear wheel can also be caused by a defective bearing that can groove the wheel hub determining the bearing to wiggle (Ive solved that problem by round-load-soldering and machining the hub to the micrometric fitting dimension with the bearing).

MERCEDES BENZ 190 W201 Losing control on hard turns and general steering issues

Shortly after replacing one of the rear wheel bearings I began having problems taking sharp turns. Probably a coincidence but a few times the car swerved out of control. Fortunately havent crashed yet so I would like to diagnose and fix it ASAP. Mostly happens on left turns (the only exception being a very recent incident). The car generally has a harder time with left turns I feel a lot of resistance

If I remember correctly you removed the hub to get the bearing race out. That involved undoing the rear links on that side. I would begin by checking your work. A problem with the rear will have a profound handling effect because you cant correct by steering.

Quote Originally Posted by mxfrank If I remember correctly you removed the hub to get the bearing race out. That involved undoing the rear links on that side. I would begin by checking your work. A problem with the rear will have a profound handling effect because you cant correct by steering. There was one rod that had stripped threads was very difficult to remove and when putting it back together

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 how do I tell if an axle is no good 78 300d

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MERCEDES BENZ 123 123 I think i have this

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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

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