Question about 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee
97 jeep Grand Cherokee. I am having a difficult time removing the old wheel bearing from the cv joint. I have tried hitting lose with a mallet/ is there a better way?
Most times you can squirt some wd40 on the ends of the axle spline, then put the axle nut on backwards so the castellated side is towards the bearing hub and run it onto the threads till the axle and nut are flush. (So you don't damage the threads or mushroom the end of the axle.) Once you have done that you can give it a really hard shot with a decent sledge hammer (two lb or heavier) striking it as squarely as possible. I have never had one refuse to come apart when I do this!!!
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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