A bad wheel hub or wheel hub assembly will affect your vehicle’s steering and handling, causing your wheels to feel shaky or produce squealing noises.
ECCPP Wheel Hub Bearing Assembly is specially quality-tested and engineered to the highest manufacturing standards, meeting or exceeding OE quality. The induction-hardened raceway provides superior load-bearing capacities and service life. Worry-free of abnormal noises or faulty connections.
Keep your vehicle in top condition by choosing high-quality wheel hub replacements here at eccppautoparts.com. We’ve got a wide range of wheel hubs for different locations that are available per piece, in sets, or as part of a kit. Get the perfect part for your vehicle today.
- Right for your vehicle and lifestyle
- Made from high-quality materials for ultimate durability
- Designed to deliver trouble-free, consistent performance
- Manufactured to meet or exceed strict quality requirements
- Placement on Vehicle: Driver Side or Passenger Side Rear
- Interchange Part Number: 541004 wheel bearings
- Fitment: For Nissan Infiniti
- ABS Sensor: Has ABS with tegral Sensor
- Brand: ECCPP
- Warranty: 1 Year
- Surface Finish: Polished, Rust Protected
- Bolt Quantity: 6
- Flange Bolt Hole qty: 4
- Spline Quantity: 32
- Bolt Circle Diameter: 5.45 In
- Wheel Pilot Diameter: 3.03 In
- Brake Pilot Diameter: 3.198 In
- Flange Diameter: 6.67 In
- Flange Shape: Modified
- Flange Offset: 2.2 In
- Hub Pilot Diameter: 3.47 In
- Other Part Number: 432027S000
- Material: steel
- Fitment Type: Direct replacement
- Weight: 11LB
- Package include: 1 X wheel bearing
- Replaces dealer part numbers: 541004,29541004,432027S000, WB541004
Do not reuse the wheel stud and the cotter pin.
Installation is in the reverse order of the removal.
1. Place a washer (A) as shown to install the wheel studs (1) by using the tightening force of the nut (B).
Clean the mating surfaces of the joint sub-assembly and the wheel hub and bearing. Apply lubricant to the surface (A) of the joint sub-assembly.
Hold the wheel hub and bearing using a suitable tool. Tighten the wheel hub lock nut
Since the drive shaft is assembled by press-fitting, use a torque wrench to tighten the wheel hub lock nut. Do not use a power tool.
Too much torque causes axle noise. Too little torque causes wheel bearing looseness. Tighten the wheel hub lock nut to the specification.
When installing a cotter pin (1) and the nut retainer (2), securely bend the cotter pin to prevent rattles.
Align the matching marks (A) on the disc brake rotor and on the wheel hub and bearing.
2. Remove bolt (1) and separate the front wheel sensor from the steering knuckle
Remove the brake caliper torque member bolts, leaving the brake hose attached, and reposition the caliper aside with wire.
Put alignment marks (A) on the disc brake rotor and the wheel hub and bearing. Remove the disc brake rotor.
Remove the cotter pin and the nut retainer, Loosen the wheel hub lock nut from the drive shaft using a power tool.
Using a piece of wood and a suitable tool, tap on the lock nut to disengage the drive shaft from the wheel hub and bearing.
Remove the engine side cover.
Remove the lower nut and bolt from the steering knuckle, Separate the transverse link from the steering knuckle.
Separate the drive shaft from the wheel hub and bearing, Reposition the drive shaft aside with wire.
Remove the wheel hub and bearing bolts using a power tool.
Remove the splash guard and the wheel hub and bearing from the steering knuckle.
- Do not pull on the wheel sensor harness.
- Pull out the front wheel sensor, being careful to turn it as little as possible.
- Failure to separate the front wheel sensor from the steering knuckle may result in damage to the front wheel sensor;
- Inspection after removal: Check components for deformation, cracks, and other damage, and boots of transverse link ball joint for cracks, axial end play, and swing torque.
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