best way to replace front wheel studs on 97 integra

Asked by May 25, 2014 at 12:48 AM about the 1997 Acura Integra GS Coupe FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

it doesnt matter if it the professional way or a little riged up, we just need a point in the
right direction, we are working with a very very small budget and home tools, thankyou

3 Answers

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Remove tire,remove brake caliper,then remove brake rotor,you should be able to take a hammer and hit the front of the stud back to knock it out,,use wd 40 or pb blaster to breck rust loose if needed. then replace from back side of spindle.

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And don't "rig them up"! They hold your wheels on, for heaven's sake!! -Jim

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No, **You must*** remove caliper and hub as its sealed. There is no way to hit it through as its blocked by hub/bearings. Acura was made different and stupid.. took me an 1.5 hrs and Im an experienced mechanic. However you MUST remove hub!

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