Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Remove brake assembly and rotor, including axle nut (do first...about 175 ft lbs torque...a real bear to get loose) There are three 12point bolts on backside of steering knuckle. loosen them and back out about 1/2 inch...Give them a good shot with a hammer to begin pushing bearing from knuckle. (I leave an old wrench on each as I hammer so they don't deform too much.) Use lots of wd40 and sometimes you need to get a chisel and hammer between the bearing and knuckle to separate them. Reverse process (except for hammering part) to replace.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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