VIEWS: 41 PAGES: 14 POSTED ON: 8/7/2011
REAR SUSPENSION Return To Main Table of Contents GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 REAR SUSPENSION . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 REAR AXLE HUB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 12 GENERAL GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS Suspension system Trailing arm type Coil spring Wire dia. x O.D. x free heightmm (in.) 10.7 x 117.7 x 306.3 (0.42 x 4.63 x 12) Identification color Green Shock absorber Type Hydraulic, cylindrical, double acting type Max. length 411 mm (16.18 in.) Min. length 266 mm (10.47 in.) Stroke 145 mm (5.71 in.) SERVICE STANDARD Toe 6 mm in-3 mm out Camber -40’ NOTE The rear wheel alignment is set at the factory and cannot be adjusted. if toe or camber is not within the specification, replace the damaged parts. TIGHTENING TORQUE Kg.cm Ib.ft Nm Rear suspension arm assembly fixture mounting nuts 130-150 1300-1500 94-108 Both ends of suspension arm mounting nuts 50-70 500-700 36-51 Rear shock absorber mounting nuts (both) 65-80 650-800 47-58 Rear spindle to backing plate bolts 50-60 500-600 36-43 Wheel bearing nut 150-200 1500-2000 108-145 Stopper bumper mounting nut 18-25 180-250 13-18 GENERAL LUBRICANTS Recommended lubricants Quantity Inside of suspension arm (L.H.) and outer CS-0 As required periphery of suspension arm (R.H.) Bushing A and B CS-0 As required Wheel bearings, oil seal lip and inside SAE J310a, Multipurpose As required NLGI No.2 or equivalent Inside hub cap SAE J310a, Multipurpose As required NLGI-No.2 or equivalent 55-4 GENERAL SPECIAL TOOLS Tool Illustration Use (Number and name) 09432-21700 Installation of rear hub outside bearing outer Bearing outer race installer race. (use with 09500-21000) 09500-21000 Removal & installation of oil seal and bearing. Bar (use with 09432-21700) 09517-21400 Removal of rear wheel bearing outer race. Drift 09555-21000 Installation of rear suspension arm bushing. Bar (use with 09555-21100) 09555-21100 Installation of rear suspension arm bushing A Bushing installer and B. (use with 09555-21000) GENERAL 55-5 TROUBLESHOOTING Symptom Probable cause Remedy Abnormal sound Suspension securing bolt(s) loose Tighten to specified torque Loose wheel nuts Faulty shock absorber Replace damaged parts Worn bushings Damaged or worn wheel bearings Components bent or distorted Broken coil spring Wheel or tire unbalanced Balance Improper tire inflation Inflate to specification Defective tire Replace Poor ride control Improper tire inflation Inflate to specification Defective tire Replace Loose wheel nuts Tighten to specification Suspension securing bolt(s) loose Damaged or broken components Replace Worn bushings Faulty shock absorber Sagging or broken coil spring Improper rear wheel alignment Replace parts Abnormal tire wear Improper rear wheel alignment Replace parts Bent or damaged parts Replace parts Improper inflation Inflation specification Wheel or tire imbalance Balance Loose wheel bearings Adjust or replace Faulty shock absorber Inspect and repair 55-6 GENERAL SERVICE ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE REAR WHEEL ALIGNMENT The rear suspension assembly must be free of worn, loose or damaged parts prior to measurement of rear wheel alignment. Standard value Toe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 mm in-3 mm out Camber . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -40’ NOTE The rear wheel alignment is set at the factory and cannot be adjusted. If toe or camber is not within the standard value, replace the bent or damaged parts. WHEEL BEARING STARTING FORCE INSPECTION 1. Remove the rear wheels. 2. Release the parking brake. 3. Measure the hub and drum starting force. Service limit 22 N (2.2 kg, 4.9 Ibs.) or less 4. If the hub and drum starting force exceeds the limit, remove the hub cap, loosen the wheel bearing nut and retighten it, and recheck the hub and drum starting force. 5. If the hub starting force is still beyond the limit, replace the bearings. NOTE There should be no axial clearance for hub and bearing. REAR SUSPENSION 55-7 REAR SUSPENSION TORQUE : Nm (kg.cm, Ib.ft) REMOVAL 1. Support the side frame on a jack stand. 2. Remove the rear brake assembly. 3. Remove the muffler. 4. Jack up the suspension arm and keep it slightly raised. 5. Remove the shock absorber. CAUTION When removing parts such as fuel tank, rear suspension, etc. use a hydraulic floor jack at the front of vehicle (Refer to GENERAL GROUP), to prevent the vehicle from tilting. 55-8 REAR SUSPENSION 6. Lower the jack. Remove the coil spring and temporarily install the shock absorber to the suspension arm. 7. Disconnect the brake hose at the suspension arm and remove the rear suspension arm from the body as an assembly. INSPECTION 1. Check the suspension arm for distortion or damage. 2. Check the suspension shaft for distortion or damage. 3. Check the dust cover for damage. 4. Check the shock absorbers for malfunction, oil leakage or noise. 5. Check the coil springs for deterioration, cracks or damage. 6. Check the spring seats and bump stoppers for damage. 7. Check the stabilizer bar for damage. DISASSEMBLY 1. Before the fixtures are removed, make alignment marks on the fixtures and suspension arms for reference during reassembly. 2. Loosen the nuts at both ends of the suspension arm to remove the fixtures and rubber bushings. 3. Before the rear suspension on cars with a rear stabilizer bar is disassembed, put aligning marks on each end of the stabilizer bar in alignment with the punch mark on the stabilizer bar bracket. Then, while the rear suspension is separated into the right and left arms, remove the stabilizer from the bracket. REAR SUSPENSION 55-9 4. Remove the dust cover clamp. 5. Separate the suspension arm into the right and left arms. Leave the dust cover attached to the right suspension arm to protect the lip from damage. 6. Remove the rubber stopper from the right arm 7. Using a flat-blade screwdriver, remove bushing A. 8. Using a hammer and drift, drive bushing B out of the left suspension arm. REASSEMBLY 1. Apply the specified grease to the inside of the left suspension. 55-10 REAR SUSPENSION 2. Using special tools (09555-21100, 09555-21000), drive bush- ings B and A, in that order, into the suspension arm. CAUTION 1) Apply grease to all outside surfaces of bushings B and A. 2) Drive bushing B in until the notch on the special tool (09555-21000) reaches the end of the suspension arm. 3. When replacing the dust cover, insert a new one up to the center position (stopper) of the right suspension arm. 4. After applying grease to the surface of the right suspension arm, install the rubber stopper. 5. Slowly push the right and left suspension arms together. Wipe away the surplus grease. Align the marks on the stabilizer bar and the stabilizer bar bracket. 6. Install the rubber bushings, fixtures and washers. 7. After aligning the fixtures with the suspension arms according to the alignment marks, loosely tighten the nuts. CAUTION 1) Install the washers and fixtures in the correct direction and position as shown. 2) Tighten the nut to specification with the vehicle low- ered to the floor. REAR SUSPENSION 55-11 8. Pack grease in the dust cover and lips, and secure the dust cover with the clamp. INSTALLATION 1. Tighten the fixture attaching bolts to the specified torque. 2. Install the coil springs. 3. Loosely install the shock absorbers. CAUTION Tighten the nut to specification with the vehicle lowered to the floor. 4. Install the rear brake assembly. 5. Install the wheel and tire assembly. 6. Lower the vehicle and tighten the suspension arm end nuts and shock absorber bolts to the specified torque. 7. Bleed the brake system. 8. Adjust the rear brake shoe clearance. 55-12 REAR AXLE HUB REAR AXLE HUB COMPONENTS TORQUE : Nm (kg.cm, Ib.ft) REMOVAL 1. Jack up the rear of the vehicle and support it on jack stands. 2. Remove the wheel and tire. 2. Remove the brake drum. DISASSEMBLY 1. Using a flat-blade screwdriver, remove the oil seal from the drum. REAR AXLE HUB 55-13 2. After removing grease from inside the hub, remove the bearing outer races, using a hammer and drift. INSPECTION 1. Check for a damaged or worn bearing. 2. Check for a worn or damaged brake drum inside surface. ASSEMBLY 1. After applying the specified grease to the bearing surface, drive the bearing outer races into position. 2. Install the inside bearing inner race. 3. Install the grease seal and apply grease to the seal lips. NOTE Be sure to use a new grease seal. 4. Install the outside bearing inner race. 55-14 REAR AXLE HUB INSTALLATION 1. Before installing the rear hub assembly, inspect the rear wheel bearing nut using the following method to determine whether it is reusable or not. 1) Screw in the rear wheel bearing nut on the spindle untill the gap shown in the illustration is achieved. 2) Measure the torque required to rotate the rear wheel bearing nut while backing it off (turning it counter-clock wise). Limit : 5.5 Nm (48 ft.lbs.) 3) If the measured torque is less than the limit, replace the rear wheel bearing nut with a new one. 2. Install and tighten the self-locking nut to the specified torque. Check the wheel bearing for end play and starting force. (Refer to Page 55-6) 3. After filling the hubcap with multipurpose grease, install the hub cap.
Pages to are hidden for
"REAR SUSPENSION"Please download to view full document