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Plymouth Grand Voyager rear hub removal

How do I get the hub out after I have removed the four 18 MM bolts and the ABS Sensor?

It appears to have been pressed into the rear wheel housing.

Is it OK to hammer it out?

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  • Anonymous Feb 16, 2009

    same problem, removed the bolts but the part won't budge.

  • rubantin Mar 24, 2009

    same... even went to the tool store and bought a slide hammer... won't budge

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SOURCE: rear disc removal. Chrysler Grand Voyager

You need to de adjust the handbrake shoes through the small inspection cover on the back plates. Slackening off the parkbrake cable may help as well.

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SOURCE: how do i remove a rear wheel hub assembly on a

if you already removed the bolts that attach it to the spindle then you need a bigger hammer

Posted on Sep 17, 2009

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SOURCE: how to replace a rear wheel bearing on voyager

this is a one piece part hub and bearing assy. even if auto parts sales you bearing separated highly recommend to replace whole unit

Posted on Nov 19, 2009

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SOURCE: does my 1999 plymouth voyager have ABS..it is

i think it does, an easy way to know is to turn the ignition on and look for the abs symbol, it will light up in yellow and say abs, or look at the back of the front wheel and see if theres a sensor, hope this helps.

Posted on Nov 02, 2010

Testimonial: "Thank you, the light does turn yellow. I need an outer cv axle, needed to know if it was abs or not. Thank you guru!!"

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