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1 Pull the wheel hub electrical connector through the large hole in the front of the spindle knuckle. Install the hub bearing assembly onto the steering or spindle knuckle of the Bravada. Tighten the bearing mounting bolts with a 1/2-inch drive ratchet and socket. Switch the socket off of the ratchet and onto a 1/2-inch drive torque wrench. Set the torque on all three wheel bearing mounting bolts to 80-foot-pounds of torque, with the torque wrench and socket. Install the two electrical connectors on the rear of the wheel bearing together by simply pushing them together by hand.
2 Thoroughly lubricate the outer end of the CV axle shaft
, using bearing grease or axle grease. Generously lubricate the inside splines of the wheel bearing with bearing grease or axle grease. Install the CV shaft into the rear of the wheel hub bearing, and push the steering knuckle inward over the axle shaft. Continue pushing the spindle knuckle onto the axle shaft, until the outer end of the axle protrudes from the front face of the wheel bearing. Install the spindle nut or axle nut socket onto the end of the axle, and secure it in place by hand.
3 Place a jack beneath the lower control arm of the Bravada. Raise the lower control arm on the jack with one hand, while simultaneously guiding the lower ball joint into the lower spindle knuckle hole. Continue raising the jack until the lower ball joint protrudes through the lower spindle knuckle mounting hole. Install the lower ball joint castle nut by hand.
4 Install the outer tie rod end down into the spindle knuckle mounting hole. Use a large rubber mallet to assist you in mounting the tie rod end if necessary, until the tie rod end protrudes through the knuckle mounting hole. Install the outer tie rod castle nut onto the tie rod by hand. Tighten the lower ball joint and outer tie rod end nuts to 70-foot-pounds of torque, using a 1/2-inch drive torque wrench and socket. Tighten the spindle nut to 110-foot-pounds of torque, using a 1/2-inch drive torque wrench, and a 36-millimeter spindle nut socket.
5 Lubricate the outer face of the wheel hub with bearing grease or axle grease. Install the brake rotor by hand. Place one wheel lug nut onto a single wheel stud to hold the rotor in place. Install the brake caliper bracket and brake caliper over the brake rotor. Tighten the caliper bracket bolts to 80-foot-pounds of torque, using a 1/2-inch drive torque wrench and socket. Tighten the caliper mounting bolts onto the rear of the caliper to 25-foot-pounds of torque, using a 1/2-inch drive ratchet and socket. Remove the wheel lug nut when the brake assembly is securely torqued.
6 Install the wheel onto the Bravada only after you have double checked the torque on all of the steering, suspension, and brake components attached to the wheel hub. Install the wheel and tire assembly onto the Bravada. Snug the wheel lug nuts down using a tire iron. Raise the front end of the Bravada using a 2-ton or greater capacity floor jack. Remove the jack stands from beneath the Bravada. Lower the SUV to the ground. Tighten the wheel lug nuts to 100-foot-pounds of torque using a 1/2-inch drive torque wrench and socket.