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Land Rover Discovery: Front Drive Halfshafts Front Right Halfshaft - FWD (G1794496) - Installation

Installation

NOTE:

Only perform step 1 if the components were previously removed

CAUTIONS:

  • Make sure that the mating faces are clean and free of corrosion and foreign material.
  • Make sure the seal is installed correctly.

Front drive halfshafts front right halfshaft - FWD (G1794496) - Installation

Using the special tools, install the seal.

Special Tool(s): 307-595

CAUTION:

Keep the halfshaft horizontal to avoid damaging the oil seal.

Front drive halfshafts front right halfshaft - FWD (G1794496) - Installation

Install the halfshaft.

Front drive halfshafts front right halfshaft - FWD (G1794496) - Installation

Connect the halfshaft to the wheel knuckle.

CAUTION:

Make sure that the halfshaft bearing is correctly located in the support bracket before installing the retaining nuts.

Front drive halfshafts front right halfshaft - FWD (G1794496) - Installation

Install the halfshaft bearing supporting bracket.

Torque: 25 Nm

Front drive halfshafts front right halfshaft - FWD (G1794496) - Installation

Connect the lower suspension control arm ball joint.

Front drive halfshafts front right halfshaft - FWD (G1794496) - Installation

Renew the lower suspension control arm ball joint bolt.

Renew Part: Lower control arm nut and bolt.

Torque:

Stage 1: 48 Nm

Stage 2: 180º

Front drive halfshafts front right halfshaft - FWD (G1794496) - Installation

Renew the brake caliper carrier bolt.

Renew Part: Brake caliper carrier bolts.

Torque:

Stage 1: 90 Nm

Stage 2: 120º

Front drive halfshafts front right halfshaft - FWD (G1794496) - Installation

Install the old halfshaft nut.

Torque: 175 Nm

Remove and discard the old halfshaft nut.

Front drive halfshafts front right halfshaft - FWD (G1794496) - Installation

Renew the halfshaft nut.

Renew Part: Front halfshaft nut.

Torque:

Stage 1: 100 Nm

Stage 2: 90º

Front drive halfshafts front right halfshaft - FWD (G1794496) - Installation

Connect and secure the suspension height sensor.

Torque: 10 Nm

Front drive halfshafts front right halfshaft - FWD (G1794496) - Installation

Connect the stabilizer bar link. Renew the nut.

Torque: 65 Nm

Install the wheel and tire.

Refer to: Wheel and Tire (204-04 Wheels and Tires, Removal and Installation).

Front drive halfshafts front right halfshaft - FWD (G1794496) - Installation

Manual transmission vehicles only: Check and top-up the transmission fluid level.

Using only four wheel alignment equipment approved by Land Rover, check and adjust the wheel alignment.

Refer to: Four Wheel Alignment (204-00 Suspension System - General Information, General Procedures).

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