Question about Mitsubishi Pickup
There is a clunking noise like a bottIe is in the tray except its comin from the front wheel. the driveshaft bearings seem worn but i cant get at them. I can get the hubs all off but the disc brake bolts jus spin and wont shift. there doesnt seem to be any bolts that i can get at. is there a special trick of tool i need to get it all apart?
If you get the outer hub off, there is a big locknut and snap rings holding the rotor and bearings in. There is a nut on the back side of the rotor is why they are spinning.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
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