Honda Accord: Carrier Bearing Replacement - A/T Differential - Transaxle - Honda Accord MK8 2008-2012 Service ManualHonda Accord: Carrier Bearing Replacement

Special Tools Required

Attachment, 40 x 50 mm 07LAD-PW50601

NOTE: -The bearing and the bearing outer race should be replaced as a set.

-Inspect and adjust the carrier bearing preload whenever bearing is replaced.

•Check the bearing for wear and rough rotation. If the bearing is OK, removal is not necessary.

1. Remove the carrier bearing (A) using a commercially available puller (B), a bearing separator (C), and a spacer (D).

2. Install new carrier bearings using the 40 x 50 mm


2. Install new carrier bearings using the 40 x 50 mm attachment with the small end and a press. Press the carrier bearing on securely so there is no clearance between the carrier bearing and the differential carrier.

Differential Carrier and Final Driven


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    Differential Carrier and Final Driven Gear Replacement
    1. Remove the final driven gear (A) from the differential carrier (B). NOTE: Differential carrier bolts have left-hand threads. 2. Install the final driven gear in the direction shown on the ...

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