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Installing mud flaps to rear wheel archers
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
cant honestly say i have fitted one on this model,but is it full auto or is their an adjuster on the back of the clutch pedal.??? look first.Ford escort one is a bit of a pig but easy when you have the knack same as a golf easy when you know how .Now golf cable comes with two plastic ties that hold auto adjuster together and you dont relaese them till the cable is fitted.Can you describe the set up then i might be able to help some more.American web site so a lot of models not listed here and the lingo take a bit as well ,i mean whos ever heard of pigs tails or fire wires.Well what else can you expect when they are not taught the queens english and dont drink tea, just waste it by throwing it in the sea.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
wheel off remove the tin cap in the centure of the hub undo the big nut put the wheel back on with just 2 bolts finger tight so you can pull the hub off.once the hub is off take the 2 wheel bolts back out.now look in side the hub were the big nut was and you will see a sir clip take that out.then use a socket and a bench vice to press the old bearing out.use the socket and bench vice to put the new bearing back in.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
Hi mate this is a comon problem on the 206.
What hapens is the bonding which holds the brake lining to the shoe fails causing the the lining to come off.
Depending which lining comes off determins which way the wheel locks up.
there is no quick fix for this, so the only way to cure it is to replace the brake shoes.
I hope this has been helpful, please leave a comment.
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
Tightening torque for the hub nut is 200Nm and the road wheels are 85Nm
NOTE: The rear wheel bearings are remowned on these cars for sticking to the stub axle quite badly, and often have to be forced off using a slide hammer on the drum, it is quite common to end up damaging the wheel bearing, so be prepared to replace this as well in this event
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
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