Wheel Hub Assembly For Toyota Corolla 3DACF026F-7S

Wheel Hub Assembly For Toyota Corolla 3DACF026F-7S

Wheel Hub Assembly For Toyota Corolla 3DACF026F-7S TOYOTA COROLLA (_E12_) 2001/01-2007/12 COROLLA (_E12_) 1.6 VVT-i (ZZE121_) 3ZZ-FE 1598 81 4 Hatchback 2002-2006 COROLLA (_E12_) 1.8 VVTi (ZZE122) 1ZZ-FE 1794 100 4 Hatchback 2004-2007 TOYOTA COROLLA Verso (ZER_, ZZE12_, R1_) 2004/03-2009/04...

Wheel Hub Assembly For Toyota Corolla 3DACF026F-7S


TOYOTA COROLLA (_E12_) 2001/01-2007/12

COROLLA (_E12_) 1.6 VVT-i (ZZE121_) 3ZZ-FE 1598 81 4 Hatchback 2002-2006

COROLLA (_E12_) 1.8 VVTi (ZZE122) 1ZZ-FE 1794 100 4 Hatchback 2004-2007


TOYOTA COROLLA Verso (ZER_, ZZE12_, R1_) 2004/03-2009/04

COROLLA Verso (ZER_, ZZE12_, R1_) 1.6 (ZNR10_) 3ZZ-FE 1598 81 4 MPV 2004-2009

COROLLA Verso (ZER_, ZZE12_, R1_) 1.8 (ZNR11_) 1ZZ-FE 1794 95 4 MPV 2004-2009


TOYOTA WILL VS (_E12_) 2001/03-2004/04

WILL VS (_E12_) 1.8 VVTi 1ZZ-FE 1794 100 4 Hatchback 2001-2004


Bearing failure mechanism

Fracture failure


The main cause of bearing fracture failure is defect and overload. When the applied load exceeds the material strength limit and the part is broken, it is called overload fracture. The main reason for the overload is the sudden failure of the host or improper installation. Defects such as microcracks, shrinkage cavities, air bubbles, large foreign objects, overheated tissue and localized burns of the bearing parts also cause breakage at the defects during impact overload or severe vibration, called defect fracture. It should be pointed out that in the manufacturing process, the quality of the raw materials in the re-inspection, forging and heat treatment, and the control of the processing process can be correctly analyzed by the instrument to determine whether the above defects exist, and the control must be strengthened in the future. However, in general, the most common bearing failure failures are overload failures.

Wheel Hub Assembly For Toyota Corolla 3DACF026F-7S