Question about Ford Explorer
It is a job without a wheel puller or some heavy equipment nearby. Some cars you have to release the axle from the rear, take off the cover and pull a slip pin out, then remove all the bolts holding the wheels, brakes, hub, drum, whatever you have back there, and there is usually 4 bolts through the housing thing there. Take a big chain, bolt it to a lug stud, get a pair of gloves on and give a couple good yanks, it should snatch out of there, If not, give it a couple more good jolts with the chain, gotta release the seal and pull the bearing out with the axle. Some cars you don't have to mess with the rear end, but it makes it easier to get back in sometimes when the cover is off. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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