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How do you repla broken bolt on braket to hold hanger bearing support on 2006 ford hybrid awd

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SOURCE: 3 broken bolts for tire

Typically, you'll have to remove the caliper and brake rotor. Then, remove the wheel assembly form the axle and use a press to force out the broken stud. Unless you have access to the proper tools to do this, you would probably be better off having a mechanic do it- The shop near me charges about $16 to replace a broken stud and even though I can do it myself, for as much of a pain that it is to do, I'd rather just pay them to do it.

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SOURCE: removal of axle 1997 ford explorer awd

You have to take the rear differential apart, and then pull the axle.

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SOURCE: replacing the rear wheel bearings on buick rendezous

most likely, the instructions would tell you to get the swaybar off first. double check the instructions at the library.

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SOURCE: Need to change hanger bearing on 2006 model toyota

You have to remove the driveshaft (Both halves) then let a pro replace the bearing itself
reinstall and that's all there is to it

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SOURCE: 2005 ford escape 3.0l AWD XLT - DRIVESHAFT CARRIER

if there is some one in your area that balances driveshafts they can change just the bearing for you

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