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Re: RELACING WHEEL BEARINGS IN A 95 JEEP GRAND
Front wheel bearings can be done at home rear wheel bearings will require a hydraulic press and an axle puller. Either job can be difficult depending on amount of rust and availability of tools. The front wheel bearings are an assembly and once the jeep is up on jack stands, with the tires, brake calipers, and rotors removed, it is only a matter of removing the axle nut and 3 bolts (which can be difficult depending on rust) holding in the old bearing assembly
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the part that the bearings run in is possibly that worn it will not hold together. I have repaired CV Joints before and you usually replace the whole knuckle at the end of the shaft or exchange the shaft for a reconditioned one.
Check the Trans fluid level with it running and at operating temperature. Jeep NAG1 transmissions are known to have the input electric seal leak trans fluid. Not an exspensive fix add Mopar ATF4 and then relace the guild seal.
Sounds like the speedo sensor needs to be replace on the transmission. I've had a similar problem with my Jeep with the sopeedo not working then work after the tranny heats up then after a period of time the needle started to jump when at 100 km or 60 mph. I changed the sensor and the problem went away. Good luck!
First, check to see if any vacuum hoses have split or fallen off. Next, check codes.(if an 02 sensor code comes up, ignore it at this point) I would also remove and clean idle air control valve (close to throttle position sensor on throttle body) When cleaning, clean out the port in the body and spray off valve end but do not turn it. I don't remember seeing an egr valve on any of these engines but if you have one, remove and clean it as well. You have a good clean fuel filter in there and cap, wires and rotor are in good shape, right?? This is not a specific cure, but will get you moving in the right direction! good luck
not trying to be rude but do be sure the wheel is tight. a build up of corrosion on the wheel or hub could cause the wheel not to set n lug studs correctly. that would cause a knock noise and will shake the wheel