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CAN I TAKE OUT THE PARTS FOR THE AUTO LOCKING HUB ON A 93 FULL SIZE BRONCO AND LEAVE THEM OUT AND DRIVE IT INSTEAD FOR BUYING THE NEW PARTS?

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You can take the out, but you have to seal the openings form water and debris. you can also purchase aftermarket manual hubs instead

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Front hub spline sticking out in my 93 bronco


Hello David Rowland,

Thanks for this question.

Back in the old days... Wow... This is upsetting...
(that was the extent of PLASTIC on the RUBICON)

There was a time when I knew these things... I helped a couple of buddies start a SUCESSFULL 4-wheel drive SHOP... but by the time Rubicon was becoming popular... I automatically knew
these things (the name) DANA SPICER was eluding me
but it is starting to come back. I did these things (4 wheel mechanic) because people that were dear to me liked it...
I enjoyed putting them together.

I have only been off rode a couple of times (in non-military equipment) and it was NEVER with fore thought... but always life & *****... Breaking'em...NOT MY cup of TEA.
(enough about this old guy).

ONE OF THE right people... on fixya is Juriy Hawrylak

I don't actually think anything is sticking out... I think the end cap from your HUB-LOCK is missing... and I thin if you are resourceful you can find the right manufacturer... and buy the part.

Just for visual assurances I'm going to put an eBay hub on the bottom of this article

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Where to find a new or used wheel hub for 93 f-150 xlt 4x4


Best way to look this up is use sites like NAPA and Rock Auto and look up the parts for each vehicle. Then see if they match. Most Bronco and Pickups interchange.

Some differences can occur in Wheel stud thickness and check for the style of rim used. What is problematic in general, are what they call "running changes" which is a changeover during a production run. Usually these are denoted by Serial Vin# or production date. This is easier to match with new parts; but a used part would need to be measured once it is separated from its vehicle.

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You have several engine sizes there:

1993 Ford Bronco Full Size 4.9 liter L6 VIN "Z"

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1993 Ford Bronco Full Size 5.0 liter V-8 VIN "N"

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The driver side front wheel does not engage in 4 wheel drive


manual or auto hubs?how do u now it is not engaging?.u can lift the front end up in 4 wheel make sure hubs r engaged .rotate the tire by hand ,and check to see if the drive shaft is turning [from the wheel to the front diff] u most likely have a bad locking hub.if it is not turning ur front tire is not locked up

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1992 ford full size bronco xlt push button 4x4 auto locking hubs. I do not think 4x4 is working. yellow 4x4 high will come on will not go in low.


Junk the autolocking hubs for a set of good quality manual locking hubs. Your local auto parts store should have them in stock. E-Bay is a low-cost option but all premium hubs come with a warranty regarding failures and saving a couple bucks online is not worth it to me when I can warranty them at the local parts store. Get yourself a manual (Chilton or Haynes) and they will give you complete directions. As for the low range not working I found on my '92 that I had to pull the shift actuator motor off of the transfer case and re-apply the grease to the shaft as the old grease was stiff a non-pliable. It has not failed me since and I put it into low at least once a month to ensure that it works before bad weather hits.

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How to remove routers for a for bronco 85 302 full sized


Removing rotors.

1. Jack up, put on jack stands and remove tire (obviously)
2. Remove caliper
3. Remove bolts holding locking hub body to hub
4. Remove snap ring from end of axle, Remove hub retainer ring from ID of wheel hub. Use a small screwdriver or pick to start it out of the groove. Remove the hub body
5. Remove the outer bearing lock nut, lock washer and the inner adjusting nut
You need the special socket for this OTC #7158 or similar
6. Remove the outer bearing and then the hub
7. To separate the rotor from the hub, use a soft faced hammer to drive the studs out
8. Turn the hub over and set the new rotor in place. Put the studs back in.
9. I will usually use an air hammer to drive the studs back in. Alternating in a circular pattern. If you don't have access, you can use a large diameter punch or another hammer on the back of the studs.
10. Now would be a good time to repack the bearings and replace the wheel seals. Pull the spindles and check the bearings and seals in the back of them. If they are not rusted, slab some grease on them and put back together.
11. Install the hub and rotor assy, and the outer bearing and bearing adjustment nut.

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Removing auto hubs form my 1996 ford bronco and replaceing them with warn manual locking what all comes out with the auto hub


large O-ring that holds in the lockout,just on other side of outside cover with 6 allen head or torque screws,little snap ring around the axel shaft outside end of spline,everything you see all the way to the ratchet nut that holds the rotor-hub on.The ratchet nut has 4 notches in it,stop there way inside.

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Blazer one hub not engaging..suggestions?


Sounds like the spring broke and someone didn't get the bearings tight or lock the nut that tightens the bearings.Its farly easy to do. So jack up the tire.Remove the locking hub and see if it is tight..Make sure when tightening the bearing its ONLY enough to get the slop out of the wiggle which you indicated about it being really loose.Theres also a snap ring that keeps the axle in the locking hub.If any I have indicated is not in there go to your local parts store and they pull up a scmatic and then you can get what you are missing and the order in which the parts go..

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Cant find reasonably priced auto locking hub for full size bronco


thats because they are all really expensive and not worth the $. most bronco owners including myself replace them with a set of Warn manual hubs. they will last 10x as long and 1/3 the price.

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Good lighting will help. Also, use a brake cleaner spray or penetrant to clean things off so you can see .I have a 1996 F150 with push button 4WD with manual locking hubs. Dana 44 axle. Yours may be similar. For front wheel, remove locking ring just inside the inner edge of the hub housing (once you remove the manual hub locking switch, 6 screws on mine, could be 3 on others). Not conspicuous, took me awhile to find. Your hub locking assembly will appear to be recessed just behind its edge goes around outer circumferance. Next, Remove the locking spring (looks like a washer) around the very end of the spline shaft. This is towards the center around the shaft. There is a silver looking retainer ring you have too pull it over, use very small standard screwdriver. Locking mechanism should pull right out after that, giving you access to the outer bearing adjustment nut. Use 4 prong wheel bearing nut socket readily available at auto parts stores. Remove adjustment nut. Next, remove spacer that fits into keyway on shaft. There is nothing holding it on, just pull it off. Beneath that there is another bearing nut, remove this also with 4 prong socket. Just pull hub off after removed. Sometimes rust will keep you from removing at this point. Just get a good penetrant lubricant, spray on and let soak, repaeat if necessary . You can also get a plastic 4lb+ dead blow hammer to assist. Bang on rotor from inside to out. Be prepared to service wheel bearings, they fit into the inside of the rotor/hub assembly and will be dislodged when you remove it. This is as far as I have gotten myself. Good Luck.

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