Question about 2002 Jeep Liberty
2002 jeep liberty - cannot get the rotar to budge - does the large nut in the center have to removed before taking it off? It appears the new one just goes over it?
Remove the cuter pin,than that big nut, but You will have to move the grease seal, that covers the inner bearing, under the big nut is the outer bearing, remember the one part of the bearing is attached to inside rotor in both bearings, also You gone have to pack bearing with new grease, don forget to remove caliper taht is bolted with two bolts on back of disk spender, good luck, also when you *** the nut again you gone have to *** it with not side free play and the washer on big nut has to move free, wile wheel spin perfect with out free play
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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