Bearing 510094

Bearing 510094

Bearing 510094 OE: 510094 Interchange Part number: DAC40750039-RZ-ABS(96G) Fitting Position : Front Axle Fitting Position : Left Fitting Position : Right Supplementary Article/Info 2 : with integrated magnetic sensor ring Inner Diameter : 40mm Outer diameter : 75mm Width : 39mm Quality: High...

Bearing 510094

OE: 510094

Interchange Part number: DAC40750039-RZ-ABS(96G)

Fitting Position : Front Axle

Fitting Position : Left

Fitting Position : Right

Supplementary Article/Info 2 : with integrated magnetic sensor ring

Inner Diameter : 40mm

Outer diameter : 75mm

Width : 39mm

Quality: High level

Warranty: 12 Months

Certificate: ISO/TS16949

Place of Origin: China (mainland)

 

Application:

SUBARU  TREZIA 1.3 (NSP120X)                                2011-

SUBARU  TREZIA 1.4 D                                         2011-

TOYOTA  ECHO Saloon (_P1_) 1.5 (NCP12_)                      1999-2005

TOYOTA  IQ (_J1_) 1.0 (KGJ10_)                                 2009-

TOYOTA  IQ (_J1_) 1.33 (NGJ10_)                                2009-

TOYOTA  IQ (_J1_) 1.4 D-4D (NUJ10_)                            2009-

TOYOTA  PRIUS C (NHP10_) 1.5 Hybrid (NHP10)                  2011-

TOYOTA  URBAN CRUISER (_P1_) 1.33 (NSP110_)                2009-2016

TOYOTA  URBAN CRUISER (_P1_) 1.33 (NSP110_)                2009-2016

TOYOTA  URBAN CRUISER (_P1_) 1.4 D-4D (NLP110_)            2009-2014

 

In the use and installation of hub bearings, please pay attention to the following: 1. In order to ensure maximum safety and reliability, it is recommended that you check the hub bearings frequently regardless of the age of the vehicle-pay attention to the early warning signals of wear of the bearings : Including any frictional noise during rotation or abnormal deceleration of suspension combination wheels during cornering. For rear-wheel-drive vehicles, it is recommended to lubricate the front wheel bearings when the vehicle travels up to 38,000 kilometers. When replacing the brake system, check the bearings and replace the oil seal. 2. If you hear noise from the hub bearing, first of all, it is important to find where the noise occurs. There are many moving parts that may generate noise, or some rotating parts are in contact with non-rotating parts. If it is confirmed that the noise is in the bearing, the bearing may be damaged and needs to be replaced. 3. Because the working conditions of bearing failure on both sides caused by the front hub are similar, even if only one bearing is broken, it is recommended to replace them in pairs.

Bearing 510094