Question about 2001 Mercury Grand Marquis
The rear wheels do not have a hub. They have an axle and and axle bearing.
The axle can be removed by removing the differential cover. there will be a bolt that holds the differential pin in place. Usually a 5/16 or 8mm wrench will work to remove it. Once the pin is out the axle can be pushed in from the outside of the vehicle and the c-clip can be removed. Do not rotate anything with the dif pin removed or the spider gears will fall out of place. Once the c-clip is removed the axle will pull out of the axle housing.
If you need to replace the bearing that the tool you need is called an an axle bearing remover. You will also need a slide hammer in order to use this tool. To install the new bearing you will need a tool called a bearing/race driver and a hammer.
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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