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ACCENT(LC) >2003 > G 1.5 SOHC > Suspension System > Tires/Wheels > Wheel > Repair procedures

FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT TOE-IN


Standard value Toe-in (B-A): 03 mm (00.12 in.) Description No. of turns of tie rod (Same amount for right and left) 1/2 1 Toe changes mm (in.)/deg. Approx. 5.5(0.217)/32.5 Approx. 11(0.433)/1

Toe-in adjustment should be made by turning the right and left tie rods by the same amount. When adjusting toe-in, loosen the outer bellows clip to prevent twisting the bellows. After the adjustment, tighten the tie rod end lock nuts firmly and reinstall the bellows clip. Tightening torque Tie rod end lock nuts: 50~55 Nm (500~550 kgfcm, 36~40 lbft)

CAMBER
Standard value Front camber: 0 30

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CASTER
Standard value Front caster: 148 30

1. The front suspension assembly must be free of worn, loose or damaged part sprior to measuring front wheel alignment. 2. Measure wheel alignment by using the special tool (09529-21000). 3. Camber and caster are pre-set at the factory and cannot be adjusted.

REAR WHEEL ALIGNMENT


TOE-IN Standard value Rear toe-in: 3 2mm (0.12 0.079 in.)

Release parking brake for the better measurement. The rear suspension arm (B) mounting bolt should be turned an equal amount on both sides when adjusting. Inside of the vehicle: toe-in Outside of the vehicle: toe-out The scale has graduations of approximately 2.4 mm (0.09 in.) (single side toe angle quivalent to 14)

The eccentric bolt should be adjusted within a 90 range left and rightfrom the center position.

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CAMBER
Standard value Rear camber: -41 30 Rear camber is also pre-set at factory and can not be adjusted. If the camber measured is not within the standard value below, replace the bent or dmaged parts.

WHEEL RUNOUT
1. Jack up a vehicle and support it with a jack stand. 2. Measure the wheel runout with a dial indicator as illustrated.

3. Replace the wheel if the wheel runout exceeds the limit. (refer to 'SERVICE STANDARD'. see page SS-p.3) Wheel runout [Limit] Steel wheel - Radial : 0.6mm (0.028 in.) : Average of LH & RH) - Axial : 0.8mm (0.032 in.) Aluminum wheel - Radial : 0.3mm (0.012 in.) - Axial : 0.3mm (0.012 in.)

WHEEL NUT TIGHTENING

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1. Tightening torque. Steel and aluminum alloy wheel. Specified torque 90-110 Nm (900-1,100 kgcm, 65-80 lbft)

When using an impact gun, final tightening torque should be checked using a torque wrench. 2. Tightening order. Go around the wheel tightening every other nut until they are all tight. Then double-check each nut for tightness.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR ALUMINUM TYPE WHEELS


1. Aluminum is vulnerable to alkalies. If the vehicle has been exposed to automobilewashing detergent, or salt from sea water, or road chemicals, rinse the vehicleas soon as possible. Then apply wax to the wheels to prevent corrosion. 2. When steam cleaning the vehicle, do not direct the steam onto the aluminumwheels. When tightening nuts for aluminum wheels, observe the following : (1) Clean the hub surface. (2) After finger-tightening the wheel nuts, tighten to specifications. (3) Do not use an impact gun or push the wrench by foot to tighten the wheel nuts. (4) Do not apply oil to the threaded portions.

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