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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
depending on the axle type you may have to remove the bolts on the axle and (small bolts on the outer end should be eight or ten depending on the axle) slide the axle out then remove the lock clip on the bid axle nut ,the nut inside the drum assembly reqiures a special soket that you can get at any auto parts then you pull the drum and hub assembly off be carful not to damage grease seal on the inside of the drum install in reverse order when assembly is done check axle fluid level by removing fill plug by using a 3/8 rachet if fluid run over threads dont add any after that install plug and jack up axle one side at a time to let the fluid fill the bearing housing in the drum then on level ground check fluid level again it should just barely come over the threads of the filler hole
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
need a special tool to remove the locking plate behind steering wheel then pull turn signal switch back a little then remove screw that keeps lock cylinder in place
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
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