2002 Volvo S60 Q&A
2002 Volvo S60 Question: Wheel bearing hub replacement
The brake assembly needs to be removed, the ball joint/a-arm separated from the steering knuckle, the axle removed and then you can access the bolts from the rear. The bolts may be a reversed torx bolt which requires a special tool to remove. If you plan on doing this yourself, you should get a repair manual, there are a few online that are good, alldatadiy.com, chiltondiy.com etc. You have to be careful when doing this job, otherwise you can damage the axle joints, the ABS sensor, or other things. Getting the ball joint off and back on can be very tough, and dangerous, so be very careful! You may consider taking it to a shop for this repair. - Bret Bodas
how to replace hub assembly on 2004 volvo s60
I recently took my 2006 S60 in for an oil change. They told me that I needed to have my drivers side front hub replaced. It has been making noise, but only appeared after I had my tires rotated. ...