TO DO WHAT? not even the smallest hint on job or failure.>?
hubs, the rears have hubs to with disc brake option.rotor hubs.
I guess front hubs?.
guess 2, wheel bearing hubs, and not 4wd axle locking hub units.
brakes, wheel bearings, axle damage. 4wd axle bearings what?
the pages are 2wd pages, and 4 wd pages, which is yours?
is this your first time DIY ever. ? or first time 4wd?
guess 3, 4wd, how am I guessing....
our usa book lists it as trooper only.
just B or B then A off? if you had b off, you'd see what?, a big nut.
that is locked to spindle shaft.
ill guess? wheel bearings are bad? (just in hub not spindle bearings bad... no matter this is first.)
so you do what. ? here are the steps.
that part"B" must be off first, see the bolts holding it, ?
B = auto locking hubs. or hub axle lockers.
you can see the caliber must come off, so, do so and tie them up.
- "Place the Transfer shift in the 2H position.
- Raise and support the front of the vehicle safely on jackstands. (rear tires chocked, and hand brake set hard)
- Remove the wheel and tire assembly.
- Loosen the hub to rotor retainer bolts.
- Remove the brake caliper mounting bolts and carefully remove the caliper (along with the brake pads) from the rotor. Do not disconnect the brake line. Secure the caliper out of the way with the flexible line still connected.
- Remove the hub nut using hub wrench J-29020-A or equivalent. ( special tool)
- Remove the hub cap assembly retainer bolts. Remove the spindle nut, washers, and other components. Remove the hub/rotor, being careful not to drop the outer wheel bearings. As the hub/rotor is pulled forward, the outer wheel bearings will often fall forward.
- Once the hub/rotor is removed, remove the retainer bolts securing the rotor and hub together. Inspect the hub and replace if needed."
- end removal. install is next... (alldata.com covers this)