How to replace rear wheel bearing on VW PASSAT CC 1 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC

How to replace rear wheel bearing on VW PASSAT CC 1 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC

How to replace Rear wheel bearing / Rear Wheel Bearing Kit / Rear hub Bearing / Rear wheel Hub Bearing on VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT CC 1 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC
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Rudi Vi says:

The splite socket is M18 not M16 and I do not know what kind of cc that is. On mine there is no way you will reach the brake bolts with that long extension.

TG 77 says:

Holy shit! that's one of THE easiest hub replacements i've seen. Thank God. I'll be doing this here very soon as soon as I buy all the triple square sockets for this job.

pbure1 says:

I think I was quoted $180 each cad for the rears and they said total would be $900 cad, I think without taxes. So he's charging $540 for Labour, $360 bearings. It took you 8 mins for 1 of them, let's say 20 mins for 2. Why are they charging me 6 hours…..

Jade Olin says:

thank you for the vid but it should be noted the tools you need are not torx heads (except the rotor lock bolt – that is torx t30), you need triple-square bits for the caliper mounts and the main hub bolt. That caused alot of confusion with my local Napa store lol.

Johnny Woo says:

Sorry you did not torque the axle bolt.

eskimo2k says:

Nice job properly hanging the brake caliper out of the way, unlike the other video that came up in my search with the Chinese subtitles where the guy just let it dangle by the brake line. LOL

Can you do the front without separating the ball joint and moving the CV out of the way first or is the CV in the way of the bolts holding the bearing in place?

Dertzey says:

Oh its that easy?? On bmw and audi you need to push the wheel hub out and here the wheel hub is connected to a bolt

Andy Mayes says:

Fantastic Video. Thanks.

Judith Fernandez says:

i need to change it, on my jetta 2006, its wanna be the same tools?

Mark Logan says:

Hi does the center bold need to be set at any speical tork ?

Raju Ar says:

I'm so jealous that you have a proper tools to work on your project

Chris Murray says:

Love this Video- I wish it was this easy!!!

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