Question about 1995 Ford Explorer
Remove the straps off the drive shaft u joint then pull drive shaft put plastic bag over transmission and put rubber band on bag so fluid don't run out next remove the cert clips from the drive line using a pair of plyers do this on both ends, next get a small socket that will slide threw the bearing hole and a large one to fit oppisite end with a hammer tap the old bearing out and then tap new one in and replace cerclips with new clip and install grease fitting grease fitting and installs into drive line hole. and your ready to go.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
Not sure that it is any different than any other ford.
Remove the U clamps (starting at the rear).
Pull the drive shaft out.
Repeat the U clamp removal on the from spline.
Install new U Joints... Snug nuts to about 35 Ft. Lbs...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2001 ford explorer sport
support vehicle under A frame remove wheel. loosen nut on top of ball joint.seperate spindle assembly from ball joint w/ball joint seperating tool AKA pickle fork.remove nut.ball joint is riveted to lower A frame-chisel off or drill out rivets.install new ball joint w/nuts &bolts supplied with it
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
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You do not need to remove the torsion bar. just jack up the vehicle under the lower control arm. The shock will also keep the lower control arm from traveling to far.
If it has a torsion bar running through the lower control arm than it must have independent front suspension. Remove the caliper and bracket. The rotor should knock off but it can be left on. remove the axle nut. The drive axle should push through the hub. Some tapping with a hammer may be needed. Separate the upper and lower ball joints from the knuckle and remove the knuckle (you will be able to push the drive axle all the way through once the knuckle is free of the ball joints).
remove the snap ring from the lower ball joint and hit it out with a hammer. You will need a ball joint press to install the new ball joint.
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Posted on Feb 10, 2012
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