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Chevrolet Captiva Service & Repair Manual: Wheel R&R

Removal

Warning: If penetrating oil gets on vertical surfaces between wheel and rotor or drum it could cause wheel to work loose as vehicle is driven, resulting in loss of control and an injury accident.
Caution: Removing wheel may be difficult because of foreign materials or a tight fit between wheel and hub/rotor. Slightly tap tire side wall with a rubber mallet in order to remove wheel. Failure to follow these instructions may result in damage to wheel.
Caution: Never use heat to loosen a tight wheel bolt or nut. This can shorten life of wheel and damage wheel bearings.
1. Raise and support vehicle.
2. Remove wheel cover, if equipped.
3. Remove wheel nut caps, if equipped.
4. Remove wheel nuts.
5. Remove tire and wheel assembly.
6. If tire and wheel assembly is difficult to remove or cannot be removed, perform following steps:
  a. Hand install wheel nuts.
  b. Loosen wheel nuts two complete turns.
  c. Lower vehicle.
  d. Rock vehicle from side to side.
  e. Repeat procedure, as required.
7. When tire and wheel assembly loosens, raise and support vehicle.
8. Remove wheel nuts.
9. Remove tire and wheel assembly.
10. Remove center cap, If required and equipped.

Installation

Warning: Before installing wheels, remove any buildup of corrosion on wheel mounting surface and brake drum or disc mounting surface. Installing wheels with poor metal-to-metal contact at mounting surfaces can cause wheel nuts to loosen. This can cause a wheel to come off when vehicle is moving, causing loss of control and possibly personal injury.
Warning: Never grease or lubricate wheel nuts, studs and mounting surfaces. Wheel nuts, studs, and mounting surfaces must be clean and dry. Tightening lubricated parts can cause damage to wheel studs. This can cause a wheel to come off when vehicle is moving, causing loss of control and possibly personal injury.
Caution: Improperly tightened wheel bolts or nuts can lead to brake pulsation and rotor damage. In order to avoid expensive brake repairs, evenly tighten wheel bolts or nuts to proper torque specification.
Do not use power grinding tools to clean brake rotor or drum to wheel mating surfaces.
1. Clean wheel to brake rotor or drum mating surface, using a wire brush or wire wheel.
2. Clean rotor or drum to wheel contact area, using rotor resurfacing kit tool No. CH-41013, or equivalent.
3. Clean surfaces around wheel studs, using wheel hub resurfacing kit tool No. CH-42450-A, or equivalent.
4. Clean threads of wheel studs.
5. If threads of wheel stud are damaged, replace wheel stud.
6. After cleaning all of wheel and brake rotor or drum contact areas, use brake cleaner or denatured alcohol to remove any dirt and debris from wheel nuts and brake rotor or drum.
7. Inspect and clean contact areas of wheel.
8. Apply a small amount of lubricant to inner diameter of wheel hub pilot hole where it contacts wheel hub flange.
9. Install tire and wheel assembly.
10. Hand install wheel nuts.
11. Alternately and evenly torque wheel nuts to 103 ft. lbs. in a star pattern, using a torque wrench and appropriate socket.
12. Install wheel nut caps, if equipped.
13. Install wheel center cap or wheel cover, if equipped.
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