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Eos (1F7) V6-3.2L (BUB) (2008)

Steering and Suspension > Wheels and Tires > Wheels > Component Information > Service and Repair > Wheel Mounting, Protecting against Corrosion > Page 5824

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‹› Always make sure that only centering - arrow - is waxed and not rim contact surfaces. As a consequence, the brakes would become contaminated

while driving and thereby result in poor braking.

CAUTION!
Wheel bolts, contact surfaces of wheel/wheel hub and the threads in the wheel hubs must not have wax applied to them. Never apply
lubricants or anti-corrosion treatment to threads in wheel hubs.

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Install wheel and tighten. Refer to => [ Wheel Bolt Tightening Specification ] See: Wheel Fastener/Specifications.

Wheel Mounting

Wheel Mounting

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Coat the wheel centering seat with corrosion protection. Refer to => [ Wheel Centering Seat, Protecting against Corrosion ] See: Wheel Centering
Seat, Protecting against Corrosion.

1. When mounting a wheel, tighten all wheel bolts uniformly by hand. 

2. Tighten the wheel bolts diagonally to 30 Nm.

3. Lower the vehicle to the floor and tighten diagonally all the wheel bolts with the wrench to the specified wheel bolt tightening specification. Refer

to => [ Wheel Bolt Tightening Specification ] See: Wheel Fastener/Specifications.

CAUTION!
Never use an impact wrench to install the wheel bolts! 

Wheel and Tire Radial and Lateral Run Out, Checking With Tire Dial Gauge

Wheel and Tire Radial and Lateral Run Out, Checking with Tire Dial Gauge

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