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Posted on Dec 27, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the cooling fan relay is not in the fuse box.
it is a solid state relay bolted to the radiator core support just behind the bumper
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
if you have never done wheel bearings, i would suggest having someone else fix it, other wise if you know about grease and bearings in general then move forward......you will have to take off the wheel, then the brake system (maybe, as you can sometimes service the bearing without removing the rotor from the hub but not recomended as grease and brakes dont mix well), to remove the brake system there should be some pins (bolts) that hold on the caliper, once you have those out you may have to shake the caliper around to get it off the pads. once off the pads then you will be able to remove the pads and the carrier to the pads (more bolts) then the rotor, you may have to use a rubber mallet to hit it from the back sides while either turning the rotor a quarter turn or hitting it in different spots on the rotor to get it off the hub. there should be a small cap on the hub that you will have to remove, looks like a small army hat, then once that is removed you will be able to have access to the axle nut. it should be a castle nut and have a cotter pin going through the spindle. you may have to remove some grease to gain access to this. once you have the nut removed the hub should be able to be removed from the spindle. If the bearings have been spun (ran dry and essentially welded themselves to the spindle) then you will have to either replace the spindle too or if its not severe you can cut the race (inner ring of the bearing) from the spindle. assembly is in reverse order
Posted on Jun 14, 2010
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