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MOOG Hub Assemblies Hub Assembly

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Bolt Circle Diameter:4.53 in
Bolt Quantity:5
Bolt Size:M12X1.5
Brake Pilot Diameter:2.78 in
Filler Plug Included:5.93
Flange Bolt Hole Diameter:11.94 in
Flange Bolt Hole Quantity:4
Flange Diameter:5.93 in
Flange Offset:2.56 in
Flange Shape:Rectangular
Hub Bolt Hole Diameter:M12X1.5
Hub Bolt Hole Quantity:5
Hub Location:Rear Wheel
Hub Pilot Diameter:2.83 in
Location:Rear Wheel
Wheel Pilot Diameter:2.76 in


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  • Q:

    I keep having my ABS and traction control warnings go of in my car a 2004 Grand Prix when i first start the car or by the time i roll down to the bottom of my driveway. and even when Im driving down the street if i hit a small bump in the road and now it will sometimes go off 3 or 4 times in a row.
    . From what I've seen on the internet it seems to be the Wheel speed sensor.
    My Question is Will replacing my Hub Assembly. fix this issue i know it is a gamble but I'm not sure if all the sensors that could be part of the issue are part of this Assembly?
    or is there another sensor that could have gone bad.
    Asked on 11/26/2016 by Mike from Macomb, Michigan

    1 answer



      Happy to help, Mike! Yes, you are correct, the first assumption is the wheel speed sensor and then Hub assembly or even the tone rings. It is hard to troubleshoot without checking the vehicle. I would recommend that you check you with a certified mechanic before buying any parts that may or may not solve the issue.

      Answered on 12/16/2016 by John the Car-Doc from AAP
  • Q:

    What does front bearing hub assembled torque on 2004 Cadillac stx?
    Asked on 11/1/2014 by jughead from williamson w va

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      Hi Jughead, I'm glad to help you! On 2004 Cadillac SRX, the front bearing/hub torque to 92 ft/lbs.

      Answered on 11/10/2014 by Solomon
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