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REAR WEEL BEARING REPLACE
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: How to replace the weel bearing
Don't so much worry about the manual as the technique. The manual will tell you to repack the bearing - it MIGHT even tell you how to properly clean and inspect and measure the bearing. It will not explain the packing process, however. If you get it off and there is damage, how will you remove the parts, the race in particular.
Packing is a technique that requires hands on experience under the watchful eye of someone who knows how to do it OR a special tool which requires some modecum of training to use effectively.
The manual will tell you the torque specs for the nut and other particulars. The manual may tell you about lifting the car and placing jack stands under if for safety, you do have two automotive jack stands, right? Having the manual is not the answer inthis case.
There is lots more to this job than meets the eye. For the relative small amount of $ it costs, I suggest you get this job done right by a professional in your area. Watch him or her, if they will allow it and you can do the next one. I don't want to see you get hurt doing this or to haved it not done properly and a wheel fly off your car which could pave some far reaching consequences.
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Posted on Feb 22, 2010
SOURCE: need to know the torque
The torque setting 49 ft. lbs.
Description Nm lb-ft lb-in Wheel nuts - steel/alloy wheels 128 94 - Wheel spindle retaining nuts 66 49 - Wheel cylinder retaining bolts 12 9 - Rear brake pipe to wheel cylinder union 8 - 71 Rear wheel speed sensor retaining bolt 9 - 80
Item Part Number Description 1 - Tie bar and knuckle 2 - Backing plate 3 - Wheel spindle 4 - Sensor ring - anti-lock control 5 - Grease cap 6 - Wheel bearing retainer 7 - Drum
Posted on Apr 27, 2011
SOURCE: weel seal rear F 350 2006
you have to pull the rear axle, open the rear end and pull the clips or bolt for that axle ane pull the axle out then take a screw driver and pop the wheel seal out, just tap the new weal seal in with a hammer carefull not to bend it and then put the axle back in and the bolt or clips
Posted on Mar 26, 2012
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