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Old 04-29-2018, 06:23 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Replace wheelbearing/hub suzuki swift 1.3 2006

Tried to replace the wheel bearing with no luck.
This is the type where you need to change the complete hub and not the one with bearing in the hub.

Is it the 4 bolts behind the hub who needs to unscrew to get out the hub or must it be pressed out.

Is there some good webshop who have this wheel hub to a good price?

Someone got a partnr. for this part. Can't find it in Suzuki EPC or workshop manual.
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Welcome to the forum, try your VIN here to identify your model. It's a RS413 but unsure which one. The bearing appears to be separate part so should be changeable on it's own.

https://www.catalogs.ssg.asia/suzuki/?lang=en#
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Welcome to the forum, try your VIN here to identify your model. It's a RS413 but unsure which one. The bearing appears to be separate part so should be changeable on it's own.

https://www.catalogs.ssg.asia/suzuki/?lang=en#
The VIN is JSAEZD11S00154001, thanks for the link to partscatalog.

I used https://www.epcdata.ru/ until now, but my russian is terrible, hehe.
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Welcome to the forum, try your VIN here to identify your model. It's a RS413 but unsure which one. The bearing appears to be separate part so should be changeable on it's own.

https://www.catalogs.ssg.asia/suzuki/?lang=en#
Thanks for the suzuki catalog, I used https://www.epcdata.ru/ until now but my russian is terrible or noe existing, hehe.

VIN is JSAEZD11S00154001.

It's looking like the picture here:


It was like this i guessed it was first, but when i looked closer it's seemed to be one piece. I will check again, did set things together again stupid as i was.

Does anyone know how to get the wheelbearing out. The circlip is inside of the bearing on picture. I'ts nothing to set the press against or get grip of it.
Only i can think of is some kind of puller with a expansion who can expand tight inside the bearing to be pulled.
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I thougth there was a whole unit, but wheel bearing apear on picture as you said. Seperate.


Is there somebody who knows how to remove it. Circlip is behind the bearing on picture.
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Appears quite straightforward. Have a look through the workshop manual (check your private messages ).
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Thanks for the suzuki catalog, I used https://www.epcdata.ru/ until now but my russian is terrible or noe existing, hehe.
Google Chrome does a fair job of translation.
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I used google translate.

But https://www.catalogs.ssg.asia/suzuki/?lang=en# is better coverage also.
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