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AK2536 was installed without the 2 removable grease cups in the rear..where can i buy them..part number, vendor, etc...

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How do you remove the lower center console on a 2000 Olds Intrique


Item Part Number Description 1 060024 Floor console armrest 2 06010 Floor console storage bin 3 04338D Floor console finish panel (front) 4 044D90 Floor console finish panel (center) 5 - Floor console cup holder screws (2 required) 6 13562 Floor console cup holder 7 - Floor console front screws (2 required) 8 - Floor console rear screws (3 required) 9 - Floor console nut 10 045A36 Floor console Removal and Installation
  1. Position the seats as needed to remove the console.
  1. Disconnect the battery. For additional information, refer to Section 414-01 .
  1. Remove the floor console storage bin.
    1. Remove the 3 screws and the armrest.
    1. Remove the floor console storage bin screw.
    1. Remove the pin-type retainer.
    • Disonnect the electrical connectors.
  1. Remove the floor console front finish panel.
    • Pull upward from the front of the trim panel to release the retainers.
    • Disconnect the electrical connectors.
  1. Remove the floor console center finish panel.
  1. If necessary, remove the 2 screws and the floor console cup holder.
  1. Remove the 2 floor console front screws.
  1. Remove the 3 floor console rear screws.
    • To install, tighten to 4 Nm (35 lb-in).
  1. NOTE: Lift the console from the rear and slide it rearward to release the rear seat heater ducts from the instrument panel. Remove the nut and the floor console.
    • Disconnect the electrical connector.
    • To install, tighten to 8 Nm (71 lb-in ).
  1. To install, reverse the removal procedure.

Jun 10, 2015 | 2000 Oldsmobile Intrigue

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How do you remove a rear hub on a 04 kia sedona?


Call Kia with your VIN to make sure yours wasn't affected by the recall. You may be able to have that rear bearing replaced for free at Kia.

HUBCAP & OUTER BEARING REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE: 1. Remove the two (2) cross-tip locating screws on the brake drum.

2. Remove the brake drum.

3. Remove cotter pin and cover set.

4. Remove nut, claw washer, outer bearing and hub assembly.

5. Inspect inner bearing area in both hubs for any sign of moisture, corrosion, grease discoloration or contamination. If "yes" discard entire hub and replace with new assembly. If "no" proceed with outer bearing replacement below: 6. Carefully remove the outer bearing race from the hub. If the hub assembly is damaged then replace the hub assembly as a complete unit. (If inner seal is damaged while removing the outer race replace with new seal.)

7. Clean all contaminated grease from outer bearing cavity of the hub.

8. Install a new outer race into the hub using an appropriate race installation tool.

9. Apply grease MS511-33 WBG2 or equivalent to the hub assembly and the new bearing(s) especially to the shaded areas.

10. Install hub assembly, new pre-greased outer bearing and new claw washer on spindle. (Or alternatively, install entire new hub assembly, as supplied). Ensure bearings are properly seated then tighten hub/spindle nut, torque nut to 20-25 lb-ft (27-33 Nm.) Verify hub spins freely without signs of binding or excessive play.

11. Install new cover set and cotter pin; never reuse the old cotter pin.

12. Install new hub cap with Loctite # 5910(TM) or equivalent sealant to prevent moisture intrusion.

13. Install the rear brake drum using tapered locating screws.

14. Install rear wheels and torque lug nuts to proper specification. (65-79 lb-ft) (88-108 Nm, 9-11 kgm)

15. Lower vehicle.

Dec 30, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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How to take of lefthand bearing and replace bearing to econovan 1999 ford


I take it that the van is a rear wheel drive. So remove the wheel. Remove the brake caliper and lift off the disc. Undo the axle nut and remove hub from axle. Knock out both the bearing cups and clean hub center. Fit new cups into the hub ensuring they are tight against the seat. Thaking a small amount of grease in the palm of you hand take the cone and with the most open area tend to scrape the grease from you palm so that the grease is forced between the rollers until it come out the smallest end.This grease is all thaty you will need for a properly lubricated bearing. Spread grease evenly around the outside of the rollers. Fit inner cone into hub and tap in new grease seal (lip facing bearing) Having repeated lubricating process on outer cone fit hub back on axle and fit outer cone. Fitflat washer and nut . Do nut up while turning hub so as to seat bearings. Tighten nut until a slight drag is felt when turning the hub. Now comes the difficult part. Without touching the hub undo the nut until it is slightly loose then do it back up until it just touches the bearing. THis is a no preload -no freeplay position for the bearing. Having achieved this, pin the nut . IF it is necessary to turn the nut to allow this to happen tighten the nut slightly. Refit dust cap ,calpier, wheel etc REmember to replace both bearings cups and cones and use high temp grease Safety first --place the vehiocle in stands--- not bricks

Mar 07, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Emerson microwave mwg9115sl over heats then turns back on after 20 minutes


Your magnetron is overheating, which can be caused by:


  • operating oven without cover(s) in place
  • wrong magnetron installed in oven
  • an old or otherwise failing magnetron
  • cracked magnetron magnet
  • improper power line voltage (should be 110-125VAC)
  • foods low in moisture (popcorn & bacon, e.g. - add 1/2 cup of water in rear oven)
  • failed or inoperable cooling fan or hood vent exhaust fan
  • deteriorating foam weatherstripping seals in air ducts or on outside cover
  • blocked air vents (dust, animal nest debris, insufficient free air space behind & around oven, etc.)
  • clogged or greasy charcoal filter or grease filter
  • blocked duct in hood vent exhaust

The first suspects in my book are fan failure, blocked vents, or bad magnetron.

Jan 10, 2013 | Emerson Microwave Ovens

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I have a Simpson 820 top load w/machine and wish to remove agitator to clean etc cant see how to remove same getting grease on clothes?


Its most likely not GREASE, I would suspect undesolved soap, Fill the washer with HOT water, add 1 cup of calgon water softner and 1 cup of clear household amonia, (no clothing) let it go through a COMPLETE CYCLE, Repeat again, this will take care of your problem!!! The reason I say its not oil or grease is because oil can not run 15" UP-HILL, The transmission is way in the bottom of the machine, and its the ONLY part with oil or grease in it!

Nov 21, 2010 | Washing Machines

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How do u change the rear bearings?


Hello Friend:

#1) Raise Car in The Rear Support it Good on Jack Stands.

#2) Remove your Wheel or Wheels if Doing Both Sides.

#3) Now Right in The Center of Your HUB you'll see a Dome Cap Remove the Cap,Now Remove the Cotter Pin, then the Spindle Nut and Washer.

#4) Now you'll pull your Hub Assembly Off ,The Outside Bearing will more or Less Fall off the Hub.But you'll need to Remove the Outer Bearing Race Its the Metal Angled Race.

#5) Before you remove the Outer Race take a Seal Remover and Remove The Grease Seal on the Inside of Hub.

#6) Now the Inner Bearing Will Come Out.You NOW Can Remove Innner and Outer Races.Use a Puch and Hammer Lightly Tap it by Working your Punch Side to Side.

#7) Now You've Remove BOTH inner and Outer Bearing Assemblies.

#8) Before you Start to Install New Races ,Get some Brake Clean and Clean The Inner Hub and the Spindle Good.

#9) Use a Bearing Race Installer Tool to Tap your New Bearing Races in.NOTE: you Don't want to Scar the Beveled Part of the Race Cause thars Where your Bearings Rotate.

#9) Races are in : Now take a Wheel Bearing Packer if you have 1 Availible: If not Pack As Much Heavy Duty Hi Temp Bearing Grease Into the Bearings. And Put some on the Spindle Were your Bearing Run on.

#10) Now Using a Seal Installer Tap your Inner Grease Seal into the Inner Hub Housing.

#11) OK Now your Ready to Put Your Hub Back on:Note: Put a Little Grease in The Domed Cap after you've Got the Hub On.

#12) DON"TS Get Grease on your Brakes or anywhere in The Brake Pad Assembly. #2) Don't Use the OLD Cotter Pin Get a New One. :#3) When Adjusting your Spindle Nut Don't Under Tighten or Over Tighten==Just Snug it down where theres no Play when you Take your Hands 1-Top=1 Bottom and Make Sure theres No Play.

Rotate The Hub During And When Tightening your Spindle Nut.

Put Hub Grease Cap on and Whell or Wheels and you Should be Good to Go.

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Jul 23, 2010 | 1993 Mercury Topaz

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The rear drum wont come off as i would expect


Yes, Undo the 32mm nut, first. And, don't get the bearings dirty with dust from the brake drums, or , if you do, replace the inner and outer bearings with new greased up ones.prev.gif next.gif REAR DRUM BRAKES Brake Drums REMOVAL & INSTALLATION CAUTION
Brake linings contain asbestos. Asbestos is a known cancer-causing agent. When working on brakes, remember that the dust which accumulates on the brake parts and/or in the drum contains asbestos. Always wear a protective face covering, such as a painter's mask, when working on the brakes. NEVER blow the dust from the brakes or drum.
  1. Raise the vehicle and support safely.
  2. Remove the wheel and tire assembly.
  3. On vehicles without rear bearing hub, remove the dust cap, cotter pin, nut lock, wheel bearing nut and washer from the spindle. Remove the outer wheel bearing. Remove the drum with the inner wheel bearing from the spindle. If the drum is difficult to remove, remove the plug from the rear of the backing plate and push the self adjuster lever away from the star wheel. Rotate the star wheel to retract the shoes. Remove the grease seal.
  4. If equipped with a rear bearing hub, remove the drum by removing the retainer screws from the drum and pulling the drum from the hub assembly. If the drum is difficult to remove, remove the plug from the rear of the backing plate and push the self adjuster lever away from the star wheel. Rotate the star wheel to retract the shoes. To install:
  5. On vehicles equipped without rear bearing hub, lubricate and install the inner wheel bearing. Install a new grease seal. Install the drum to the spindle. Lubricate and install the outer wheel bearing, washer and nut. Adjust the bearing preload following the procedure outlined in the "Rear Wheel Bearing'' of this section. When the bearing preload is properly set, install the nut lock and a new cotter pin. Install the grease cap.
  6. On vehicles with rear bearing hub, install the brake drum to the hub assembly and install the retaining screws.
  7. Install the wheel and tire assembly. Adjust the rear brakes as required.
  8. Apply the brakes until a firm pedal is obtained, prior to moving the vehicle.

Jul 12, 2010 | 1991 Hyundai Excel 4 Door

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How to replace rear wheel hub


Sodium based grease is not compatible with lithium based grease. Do not lubricate the wheel bearings without first thoroughly cleaning all old grease from the bearing. Use of incompatible bearing lubricants could result in premature lubricant breakdown.
  1. Raise and support the vehicle safely.
  2. Remove the wheels.
  3. Remove the brake drum or brake disc.
  4. Remove the hub grease cap.
  5. Remove the cotter pin retainer, adjusting nut and flatwasher from the rear wheel spindle. Discard the cotter pin.
  6. Remove the outer bearing and cone assembly.
  7. Remove the rear hub from rear wheel spindle.
  8. Using Seal Remover (TOOL-1175-AC) or equivalent, remove and discard the oil seal.
  9. Remove the inner bearing cone and roller assembly.
  10. Clean the inner and outer bearing cups with solvent. Inspect the bearing cups for scratches, pits, excessive wear and other damage. If the bearing cups are worn or damaged, remove them using a Bearing Cup Puller (T77F-1102A) or equivalent.
To install:
  1. Throughly clean old grease from the surrounding surfaces. If a new hub assembly is being installed, remove the protective coating using degreaser.
  2. If the inner or outer bearing cups were removed, install replacement cups using Bearing Cup Replacer (T73-1202-A) or equivalent. Seat the cups properly in the hub.
If a bearing packer is not available, work as much grease as possible between the rollers and cages. Grease the cone surfaces.
  1. Using a bearing packer, pack the bearing cone and roller assemblies with a premium bearing grease.
  2. Place inner bearing cone and roller assembly in the inner cup. A light film of grease should be included between the lips of the new grease retainer.
  3. Install the retainer with Hub Seal Replacer (T83T-1175-B) or equivalent. Be sure the retainer is properly seated.
Keep the hub centered on the spindle to prevent damage to the retainer and spindle threads.
  1. Install the hub assembly on the spindle.
  2. Install the outer bearing cone and roller assembly on the spindle.
  3. Install the flat washer and nut. Tighten the nut to 18-23 ft. lbs. (24-31 Nm) while rotating the hub to set the end-play. Back off the nut and retighten to 18 inch lbs. (2 Nm).
  4. Install the new cotter pin.
  5. Install hub grease cap.
  6. Install brake drum or disc.
  7. Install the wheels.
  8. Lower the vehicle.

May 04, 2010 | 1998 Ford Windstar

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I can't find any illustrations on tie rod ends or how to change the wheel bearings


tie rod ends you count the number of turns exposed and run the same number of turns on the new one after you install it. You can rap the side of the rod end with a hammer to break it loose, whack it!
Wheel bearings on the front you remove the wheels, remove the center cap on the hub, remove the cotter pin, then nut and washer, hub assembley will come off. Clean the spindle of old grease, remove the bearings, drive out and replace the old bearing races in the hub, install new races (cups) pack bearings in your clean hands with correct grease, install the bearings, install the washer, nut, tighten then back off a hair until you align the cotter pin hole. Do NOT overtighten, the bearings and races will be damaged! You snug the bearings to "seat them" then back off just enough that the wheels spin freely with no side to side play with the wheels installed to the hub. In other words grab the tires at the top and bottom and see if you have any movement toward the spindle or axle. Rear bearings are done the same way.

Sep 20, 2009 | 1994 Geo Metro

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Dirty racks


What is the manufacturer and model number of the dishwasher?
Here is the process I would follow to remove the gunk.
Start a short cycle in the dishwasher, without adding detergent powder and after the (hot) water has filled the DW and the wash cycle has begun, open the DW door and add 1/4 cup of household bleach. When the water drains and begins to refill for the 2nd wash cycle, check the dishwasher to see if anything has gotten better and if not, add another 1/4 cup of bleach as soon as the hot water has refilled. Allow the DW to finish the full cycle.
Begin another short wash and as soon as the initial hot water fills and the wash cycle begins, open and add 2 cups (approximatly) of white vinegar. Allow the whole set of cycles to finish and check the insides.
If grease remains, I would use a de-greasing spray (avilable at all hardware stores and most food stores.) Spray on and use paper towels on all surfaces.
Because I do not know the make and model # for your dishwasher, I can not give you a part number for replacement racks.
Good Luck!

Apr 05, 2009 | Dishwashers

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