Question about 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I took off backing plate &spider gears
No need to open the differential and remove anything. Remove the caliper and rotor. Remove the four nuts on the backside of the backing plate. Use a slide hammer and pop the axle out. If you don't have a slide hammer, you can use a chain. Attach one link of the chain over a lug stud and install a lug nut, give yourself about two feet of slack and attach another link on another stud. Grab the chain where it hangs the lowest (place a rag over it cause this part may hurt)and give it a good outward snap. I hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
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