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My fan bearing is locked up and smaller pulley above it is going

Also im not sure about the seal between the thermastat houseing and the top of the water pump becuace its leaking, does this mean the water pump is going out and this is a direct effect of that.

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Replace the thermostat gasket and O -ring first.they dont cost much.if it still leaks its your water pump leaking time to replace.

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Who to replace jeep liberty rearwheel bearing


no year stated.
so how'd we look that up, seeing as how that is 1st question.

ill guess for you. (posted many times this) so 1 more time.
2007 (roll dice i did)

read the FSM ? book,
read alldata.com online log in read. its there.
ok
first parts. is this your first ever axle job>? that be key fact. there.

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my guess once you see all the steps you will get service, right>?
most here do that, once reality hits. home.
my guess once the axle is out , you then ask how to get bearing off.
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REMOVAL (fsm has photos, im too lazy to do all that here)
1. With vehicle in neutral, position vehicle on hoist.
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3. Remove wheel speed sensor.
4. Remove differential housing cover and drain lubricant.
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7. Remove axle shaft from side gear (3) and axle
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NOTE: Remove bearing with Bearing Remover
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3. Position bearing (2) receiver (1) on axle tube.
4. Insert bearing remover Foot 6310-9 (3) through
receiver (2) and bearing (1).
5. Tighten remove nut (1) on the shaft (4) to pull bearing
into the receiver (3).

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