The bearing is pressed onto to hub, and I couldn't get just the bearing. The unit is sold as a whole as a bearing hub, only none of the Auto parts stores have it listed! I had to get mine from the dealer. However, the dealer gave me a 8-lug hub instead of a 5-lug, but luckly it had the same bearing and I have a press.
The part that your looking for is called a complete hub assembly. They are sold at most of your local auto parts stores. I have many Dodge Trucks and I have had to replace many of them.
No, it is a sealed unit.
Yes, but I do not know of anywhere that they are sold.
it is a 2wheel drive, light duty truck. they quit making them, and replaced it with the Dakota
No, the entire assembly needs to be replaced.
36 millimeter on 2wheel drive
It isn't feasible to convert from two wheel drive to four wheel drive.
The wheel bearings are sealed units and can not be packed.
Yes, as a mechanic at a Dodge dealer I have replaced a few of them.Yes, as a mechanic at a Dodge dealer I have replaced a few of them.
I have ran into aftermarket wheel bearings that the speed sensors do not read properly.I have ran into aftermarket wheel bearings that the speed sensors do not read properly.
The price for wheel bearings for a Dodge Dakota vary slightly by retailer. On average this part cost between 60 and 65 dollars.
No, they are a sealed unit.
all you have to do is find out what chasis it is like a 1500 van or a 2500 truck go to the local auto store and pick up a repair manuel
The front bearings on Dodge Rams after 1998 are all sealed and non serviceable. If you have an older Ram with serviceable bearing, every 50000
where is the leak?
Dodge was able to meet the emission requirements with out an EGR valve. Nothing replaced it.
27NM plus 90 deg
No you can not
It was replaced by the brand new Dodge Dart.
There are two axles bearings on the rear of your Dodge Ram 1500, one for each rear wheel. They would be found at the outside ends of the axle housing.
yes all bearings are replaceable
No. The Caliber was stopped in 2012 and replaced by the Dodge Dart.
2.7L doesn't have cam bearings. It has Cam towers. There is no Bearing in there. Look for torque of Camshaft Towers.
The wheel bearings are sealed and should last a long time. If you think they are bad you would have to replace the bearings they cannot be repacked.
ecm just replaced mine 1994 dodge van b2500