Question about 2000 Jeep Cherokee
Can't really write it all out here but basics of what you need to do is to remove brake assembly, axle end nut, remove bolts that retain hub bearing from behind bearing and remove it. Axle comes through the bearing hole. If you have a control unit on axle (box with vacuum hoses going to it), that also needs to be removed. I recommend you use a complete rebuilt axle...price is not much higher than joint. Far easier to get the job done right. If you need more specific instructions, get a manual like chilton or haynes...any problems along the way, ask here!!
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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