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Diagram for hub axle snap ring 1995 ford f150 4+4 xlt

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Need to be pressed off Take whole assembly off and press hub out of bearing Crack retaining ring behind bearing with a cold chisel Press hub back on to new bearing

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they have elecric motors to press in the splines if there is a short or a blown fuse no power to hubs thus no locking check the fuses and make sure power is getting to the hubs

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This should be a great start but do suspect that you will need a few more items. Let me know if that becomes true.

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  1. With the vehicle in NEUTRAL, position it on a hoist.
  2. Remove the dust cap.
  3. Remove and discard the wheel end nut.
  4. Remove the vacuum and vent line at the vacuum and vent port of the integrated wheel end.
  5. Remove the 3 integrated wheel end bolts.
  6. Remove the tie-rod nut and separate the tie rod from the knuckle.
  7. Remove the upper ball joint nut and separate the upper ball joint from the knuckle.
    CAUTION Do not damage the hub seal.

    NOTE Allow the steering knuckle to swing outward while keeping the halfshaft pushed inward.
  8. Once clearance is available, remove the halfshaft outboard end and integrated wheel end from the hub bearing.
  9. Remove the integrated wheel end from the halfshaft outboard end.
  10. To install, reverse the removal procedure. Use new a wheel end nut, tie-rod nut, and upper ball joint nut.
    CAUTION Do not install the integrated wheel end in the knuckle. It must be installed on the outer constant velocity joint housing.

    CAUTION Do not dislodge the integrated wheel end seal spring when installing the integrated wheel end on the outer constant velocity joint housing.

    NOTE Compress the integrated wheel end and install a vacuum cap on the vacuum port.

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