E30 series BMW 3

since 1983-1994 of release

Repair and car operation



E30 BMW
+ 1. Maintenance instruction
+ 2. Maintenance
+ 3. Engine
+ 4. Cooling system
+ 5. Heating and ventilation
+ 6. Fuel system
+ 7. Exhaust system
+ 8. Transmissions
+ 9. Coupling
+ 10. Brake system
- 11. Running gear
   11.1.10. Back springs
   11.1.11. Bar of the back stabilizer of cross-section stability
   11.1.12. Levers of a back suspension bracket
   11.1.13. Bearings of back wheels
   11.1.14. Corners of installation of wheels
   11.1.2. Specifications
   11.1.3. Stabilizer of cross-section stability of a forward suspension bracket
   11.1.4. Suspension bracket lever
   11.1.5. Rack of a forward suspension bracket
   11.1.6. Springs or shock-absorber of a rack of a suspension bracket
   11.1.7. Spherical support
   11.1.8. Nave of a forward wheel and bearing
   11.1.9. Back shock-absorbers
   + 11.2. Steering
+ 12. Body
+ 13. Electric equipment
+ 14. Good advice



11.1.13. Bearings of back wheels

GENERAL INFORMATION

Bearing of a nave of a back wheel

1. Nave

2. Lock ring

3. Case

4. Bearing

Replacement

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. Release a nut of a semi-axis and bolts of a back wheel. Lift a back part of the car and establish on supports.

Prevention

On a part of cars follows at first it is necessary to remove a wheel, a nave cap, to establish a wheel and to release a semi-axis nut.


2. Remove a semi-axis.
3. On cars with back drum-type brakes remove a drum. On cars with back disk brakes remove a support and an arm. A hose of a brake do not disconnect. Take a support aside and fix a wire. Remove a brake disk. In blows on an opravka beat out a nave from the bearing from the inside.
4. Remove a lock ring.
5. In blows on an opravka выпрессуйте the bearing from the case.
6. Assembly is carried out upside-down taking into account the following:
at a bearing press fitting the opravka should rest against its external holder, instead of in internal, otherwise the bearing will be destroyed;
nut of a semi-axis tighten with the set moment (see subsection 9.2) after car lowering.