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Do u have to repack the bearings on 2003 ford escape re. brakes

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YES YOU DO NEED TO REPACK BEARINGS ON THE FRONT END.. EASY TO DO CHEAP FIX..GOOD LUCK KEITH..

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How do you remove the rear wheel bearing on a 2003 ford escape 4wd ?


Looks like you have to remove the spindle. The bearings is pressed in. some parts stores will press them in. Remove the spindle, take it to them and you will get out costing you around $100. Shops will cost $300+.

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2005 ford escape assembly diagram for the front axle


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Need to replace the front left wheel bearing on a 2003 escape two wheel drive v6, how do i get the bearing out?


You need to remove the tire, brake caliper and rotor. Remove the axle nut and hub bolts. Take the hub (bearing is pressed in it) to a machine shop to have new bearings pressed in.

A mechanic will usually charge around 300 dollars per bearing (cost included).

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