Re: My husband won't listen to me. I told him to soak the part with the stuck bushing in a tub of gasoline until all the grime comes off and then maybe the new bushing will come out. But he's upset, he put it in a clamp and is trying to pound it out with a chisel. I guess we're going to have to buy another new bushing. Ellen Well, he got the new bushing out, bright and shiny, all in one piece. He made some adjustments to it (filed it, I guess), put it back in and is quite happy. I saw an Answer about taking the part to a shop and having them remove it and press it back in. Thank you; Vern will probably do that with the other one. Ellen
Assuming that the wheel does not have a stuck brake then the wheel bearing is froze. The wheel might break free by rocking the trailer front and back but probably the wheel will have to be removed and the bearing will need to be replaced.
Remove your front axles.
Air tools and PB Blaster.
The best tactics to remove a stuck hub bearing is trying to knock it loose with a rubber mallet, the kind with lead shot in the head, you hit it enough on the sides and it should eventually loosen. if not a pry bar may help with some leverage, just try not to damage the hub assembly of course.
Buy a new hub
Can you get inside the car and remove the interior panel of the door that is stuck ? If you can remove that panel you will be able to manually pull the door catch (And then open the door and have the door latch fixed properly)
If you are speaking of bearing races--bring to a auto parts/machine shop --they can remove and press new ones in
Did you remove the big snap ring that's inside of the hub. It's hard to see.
beat it off with a rubber mallet or get hub puller at part store
To remove the stuck spark plugs, you can break them loose and then start to get them tighter as you rotate them out. The ratchet wrench can also be used to remove the stuck spark plugs.