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How hard is it to change rear bearings on 450ltr

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Not hard.

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WHAT IF ANY SPECIAL TOOLS ARE NEEDED TO REPLACE A REAR WHEEL BEARING ?


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You have to pull the cover off the rear end and let the fluid drain. Then there is a single small bolt that holds a pin in for the spider gears. You must remove the bolt, pin and spider gears. Then take the wheel and brake drum off the side you want to change. Once thats off you can push the axle in and a clip should fall off the axle inside the carrier. Then you can pull the axle out exposing the seal and bearing you need to change. Just use a seal pulling tool to pull the old seal out and the bearing is under that. It is pressed in so it can be hard to get out. Lots of times they have to be cut out. To put the new bearing back in just use a hammer and socket that is close to the size of the outter edge of the bearing. If you put the bearing in the freezer overnight it will go in a lot easier. Then tap a new seal in and put everything back together and refill the rear end with GL5 put the posi additive in if you have a posi trac rear end. Hope this helps good luck.

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Rear bearing is going out (very loud on spin). Tech said it would be $900.00 to replace. Is it that hard to replace a rear bearing? Does the whole machine have to be disassembled, etc. About how much is...


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Is it hard to change the rear whell bearings on 05


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How do you change rear wheel bearings on a 2001 intrigue


Front wheel drive! Pull rear tire and the brakes shoes or disk need to be removed. There will be a plate bolted in the the rear hub which does hold the bearing and seal in place. Remove the plate. Now the bearing is pressed in the hub race. May need a bearing puller. Once out, replace with new seal. Take your time installing the bearing, Its very tight and could damage it by tapping too hard to get it in. Just reverse
procedure to complete. It's a hard job - You may want to call around and get estimates for the repair. May be well worth it - Good luck

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The next thing would be to determine if it is a wheel bearing or a pinion bearing. You have to pull the axles and eliminate them as the problem. You might get lucky and not need to do the pinion.
The technical part of shimming the pinion gears with replacing the pinion bearing is about the worst part of the job. You won't know about the gears until you see them. You will need extra shims on hand.
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rear axle bearings I assume? Pull the diff cover, rotate the carrier so you can remove the pin from the center of the 4 spyder gears, push the axle in slightly, and remove large c clip from the carrier area. The axle will pull right out! These vehicles are hard on axle bearings. Look them all over.

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