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SOURCE: Do you know about the deep groove ball bearing?

If it fell out then it can't do it's job which is to regulate the pressure within the pump and is "shot."

Posted on Oct 09, 2012

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How do you repack front wheel bearings on a 98 Cherokee 4X4


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Posted by J Sparacino on Aug 31, 2016
you double posted. why do that????
no, the hubs are integrated bearing hubs.
here read the parts pages,
see any tapered bearings there,
if not sold , pray tell , how can you pack the bearing not in hand.
not only that, there are like 1000000 books on how to pack front bearing, if they were removable and are not.
why not look first then post.? at car and the book, !
or read the FREE FSM, it says what ?, unbolt them
and replace the integrated hub assembly.
that is a fact. 300 times ive posted the free book, now.
and is still there, and the words still real ,still jeep words and all accurate. sigh.
below is rockautos list of after market hub assemblies.
do not get confused at those needle bearings, those are actually front axle shaft bearings, not hub wheel bearings. fact.
wheel bearing are ball or tapered rollers, to handle lateral huge loading.

http://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/jeep,1998,cherokee,4.0l+l6,1315943,brake/wheel+hub,wheel+bearing+&+hub+assembly,1636?a=Referer+duckduckgo.com+URL+%2F

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I have movement in my wheel when it's jacked up , but when on ground none


there is to be no free play( movement ) in the wheel bearings
the optimum position is no free play no pre load in the bearings you may need a workshop manual to get it right as the bearing play may not be adjustable
If it is a one piece bearing running two thrust ball bearings , the end play will be preset
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2) CV joints, inner and outer.
3) Alternator, front and rear.
4) Power steering pump.
5) Water pump.
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7) A.C. Compressor.
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Do you know about the deep groove ball bearing?


If it fell out then it can't do it's job which is to regulate the pressure within the pump and is "shot."

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What is the proper torque frt wheel bearings


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Install nut securing upper ball joint to vertical link and tighten to 44-59 ft. lbs. (60-80Nm).


Position tie rod ball joint taper pin on steering arm and install and tighten securing nut to 53-63 ft. lbs. (71-85Nm).


Install the hub/bearing assembly. Tighten to 90 Nm.


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