Repair and operation of the car of Audi 100/A6 - 11.5. Back suspension bracket//Audi of 100/A6 1990-1997 / songbuddy.ru

Audi 100/A6

1990-1997 of release

Repair and car operation



Audi 100/A6
+ 1. Maintenance instruction
+ 2. Maintenance
+ 3. Engines
+ 3.2. Diesel engines
+ 3.3. Removal and partition of engines
+ 4. Cooling system
+ 5. Heating and ventilation
+ 6. Fuel system
+ 7. Exhaust system
+ 8. Systems of start, ignition
+ 9. Transmission
+ 10. Brake system
- 11. Suspension brackets, steering
   11.2. Technical characteristics
   11.3. General description of adjustment of wheels
   + 11.4. Forward suspension bracket
   - 11.5. Back suspension bracket
      11.5.2. Bearings of a nave of a back wheel
      11.5.3. Pin of a back wheel
      11.5.4. Rack of a back suspension bracket
      11.5.5. Cross-section draft of a back suspension bracket
      11.5.6. Stabilizer of cross-section stability of a back suspension bracket
      11.5.7. Cross-piece of a back suspension bracket
      11.5.8. System of adjustment of height of a back suspension bracket
      11.5.9. Elements of system of adjustment of height of a back suspension bracket
   + 11.6. Steering
   + 11.7. Semi-axes
   11.8. Easily and easy
   11.9. Maintenance of system of a steering
   11.10. Diagnostics of malfunctions of system of a steering
+ 12. Body
+ 13. Electric equipment
+ 14. Good advice


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11.5. Back suspension bracket

11.5.1. Nave of a back wheel

GENERAL INFORMATION

MODELS WITH BACK DRUM-TYPE BRAKES

The nave is a part of a brake drum. Look subsection 10.10.

MODELS WITH BACK DISK BRAKES

Removal

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. Remove a brake disk.
2. Remove a cap from the nave center.
3. Remove to the check and a lock cap.
4. Turn off a fixing nut.
5. Remove a washer and the external bearing from a nave.
6. Remove a nave.

Installation

Installation is carried out upside-down removals.

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. Twirl a fixing nut of a nave so that the washer could be moved easily a screw-driver.
2. Establish a lock cap and new to the check for nut fixing.
3. Establish a protective cap.