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Hyundai Getz (2002 release)

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Rear suspension



Technical characteristics of the rear axle
Type
H-beam
Shock:
type
stroke length, mm

Gas filled
241
The resistance developed by the strut when the rod displacement velocity of 0.3 m / h (kg):
during the course of return
during compression



440 ? 80 (44 ? 8)
160 ? 50 (16 ? 5)

Rear suspension
Fig. 4.34. Rear suspension: 1 - torsion beam rear suspension; 2 - spring rear suspension;
3 - cover; 4 - the top bearing cup spring suspension; 5 - bracket torsion beam rear suspension; 6 - shock rear suspension


The rear suspension is shown in Fig. 4.34.

Torsion beam rear suspension
Withdrawal
Remove the rear wheel.

Bolts axle rear hub
Fig. 4.35. Bolts axle rear hub


Remove the rear wheel hub (Fig. 4.35) and bearing.

Disconnecting the parking brake cable
Fig. 4.36. Disconnecting the parking brake cable


Disconnect the parking brake cable (Fig. 4.36).

Mounting the brake hoses and brake lines to the rear axle
Fig. 4.37. Mounting the brake hoses and brake lines to the rear axle


Disconnect the brake hose and brake pipe (Fig. 4.37).

Set the jack under the torsion beam rear suspension
Fig. 4.38. Set the jack under the torsion beam rear suspension


Establish a jack under the torsion beam and remove the lower mounting amortization mash-rear suspension (Fig. 4.38).
Slowly lowering the jack, remove the spring suspension.

Bolts mounting bracket torsion beam to a body
Fig. 4.39. Bolts mounting bracket torsion beam to a body


Remove the bolts securing the bracket to the body torsion beam (Fig. 4.39).
Setting
Installation is carried out in reverse order.
Tighten the screw connections the date specified below.
Tightening torques in Nm:
Bolts Bearing hub rear wheel ..... 80-90
Bolt lower shock absorber suspension ..... 100-120
Bolts torsion beam suspension ..... 100-120
Bracket bolts beam suspension ..... 100-120
Attach the parking brake cable.
Bleed the brakes (see. Section "Brakes").

Shock absorber rear axle
Withdrawal
Remove the rear wheel.

Cap damper rear suspension
Fig. 4.40. Cap damper rear suspension


In the luggage compartment, remove the pad from the sidewall lining and screwdriver (Fig. 4.40).

Shock absorber upper nut
Fig. 4.41. Shock absorber upper nut


Remove the upper shock absorber nut (Fig. 4.41).
Place the jack under the rear axle and remove the shock absorber lower mounting.
Remove the shock absorber rear suspension.
Technical condition
Check shock absorber for wear or damage.
Check the rubber parts for damage and deterioration of the material.

Check the operation of the shock absorber
Fig. 4.42. Check the operation of the shock absorber


Check for the presence of shock increased rigidity or extraneous sound during operation (Fig. 4.42).
Setting

Tightening the nuts of the top fastening of the shock-absorber
Fig. 4.43. Tightening the nuts of the top fastening of the shock-absorber


Tighten the upper shock absorber, as shown in Fig. 4.43.
Establish a jack under a beam suspension.
Raise the vehicle to the desired height and tighten the shock absorber lower mounting point of 100-120 Nm.

A WARNING
Check the correct position of the suspension springs.

Spring rear suspension
Withdrawal
Remove the rear wheel.

NOTE
When removing the beam suspension Ensure that the brake hose does not load.


Holder brake hose mounting
Fig. 4.44. Holder brake hose mounting


Remove the brake hose mounting bracket (Fig. 4.44).
Establish a jack under the suspension beam and remove the shock absorber lower mounting.
Remove the bolt of the beam to the bracket and three mounting bolts on the body.
Remove the spring suspension.
Technical condition
Check the spring suspension for cracks or deformation.
Check the bearing cup springs for damage and deformation.
Setting

Upper bearing cup spring
Fig. 4.45. Upper bearing cup spring


Last spring coil must be located in the groove of the upper bearing cup (Figure 4.45).
Insert the spring lower support plate.
Install the spring suspension in its original position.

Bolts beam suspension bracket to a body
Fig. 4.46. Bolts beam suspension bracket to a body


Extend the jack and tighten the bracket bolts beam suspension to the body (Fig. 4.46).
Tighten the shock absorber lower mounting.

Rear wheel hub

The hub of the rear wheel
Fig. 4.47. The hub of the rear wheel: 1 - beam rear suspension; 2 - the hub of the rear wheel; 3 - brake drum


The hub of the rear wheel is shown in Fig. 4.47.
Withdrawal
Remove the brake drum.

NOTE
Arrangement of the screw fastening of the brake drum
Fig. 4.48. Arrangement of the screw fastening of the brake drum

To remove the brake drum from the wheel Remove the screw securing (Fig. 4.48).

Remove the wheel speed sensor (vehicles with ABS).
Unscrew the rear wheel hub.

Removing the rear wheel hub assembly with the axle
Fig. 4.49. Removing the rear wheel hub assembly with the axle


Remove the hub via the brake (Fig. 4.49).
Technical condition
Check hub for cracks or damage.
Check the cap and the open part of the gland for signs of leaking grease.
Check for any abnormal noise during rotation of the hub.

Checking moment resistance turning of the bearing hub
Fig. 4.50. Checking moment resistance turning of the bearing hub


Check the torque-rotation resistance of the bearing hub (Fig. 4.50).
The moment-rotation resistance of not more than 1.8 Nm.
Setting
Install the wheel bearing.

Wheel speed sensor
Fig. 4.51. Wheel speed sensor


Install the wheel speed sensor (Fig. 4.51).
Install the wheel.

A WARNING
Securely connect the wheel speed sensor (vehicles with ABS).




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