Having problems with your Honda Prelude ?

Broke studs front hub 2000 prelude - Prelude Honda Cars & Trucks

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 23-09-2019

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Remove the wheel and the brake rotor, so that you can get a hand behind\015\012the hub flange where the stud is seated. You'll feel the head of the\015\012stud back there.

Use a socket extension or something similar,\015\012place it against the broken face of the stud, and hammer it out. It'll\015\012fall out behind the hub flange, and you can grab it and remove it (if\015\012it doesn't fall to the ground). Insert the new stud (available at a\015\012parts store for less than $3) into the flange from behind, and press it\015\012as hard as you can to get it seated in the splines. Then stack washers\015\012onto the stud on the outside, where you can see it, and tighten a lug\015\012nut onto the stud. Use your tire iron to tighten the lug nut on the\015\012stud - this will pull the stud into place. You may have to stop once or\015\012twice to add more washers onto the stud, but keep doing this until you\015\012can't tighten it any further and the length of the exposed section of\015\012the stud is even with the others. When all studs are replaced, reinstall your rotor and\015\012caliper, put the wheel back on (torque it with a torque wrench), and\015\012you're done.
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