The Hub nut itself just needs a large deep socket. I used an impact gun to remove it and unfortunately I do not remember the exact size of the socket. So for that specific step (removing the hub nut) no special tool is required. Its just a funky looking nut.
pull the tire, caliper and rotor, remove the cotter pin, remove the axel nut (36mm socket), then there are three 14mm inverted torx bolts to remove the hub assembly. its probably gonna be a pain to get out. clean everything real well and the new hub should slide right in
The battery is inside the left front fender, in front of the tire on a 1998 Plymouth Breeze.
You will need to take the front spindle off and take it to a shop that can press your old bearings off and new ones on.
You take off the left front wheel and housing. It isn't under the hood.
The front wheel bearings are sealed and are not greaseable.
Remove the left front wheel and inside fender skirt. The rest becomes obvious.
Between the front of the engine on the bottom and the radiator
It is under the inner fender liner in front of the driver side front tire.
Since the Plymouth Breeze came only with a four cylinder, the oil pump would be driven directly off the crankshaft at the front of the motor.
On the front of the engine, near the rad fans.
Front of the trans, below where the cooler lines attach.
It is under the hood, in the box at the front driver side.
It is inside the front of the engine, driven by the timing belt.
The front tires need to be off the ground.
The battery is under the front fender of a breeze have to take driver side tire off and inside fender out ,then you will see the battery.
Should be right behind the front grill - behind the condensor if it has A/C
The front and rear upper ball joints are the only locations.
how do you change front wheel bearing for 420 rancher
the only zerks are on the upper ball joints.
are you talking about the front or back? the back bearings are a non serviceable part, the in order to change the bearings u need to change the hub, the front bearings can be separated, but chances are if you have to change your hub, bearings will have to be changed also, you will damage the bearings trying to remove them and put them back in, so my answer is yes. get the parts yourself from ecstuning.com and you will save alot of money over dealer or most shops.
To change the front wheel bearings on a Ford transit, one needs press or bearing removal tools, as well as a jack. If one does not have these kinds of tools, it is advisable to visit a car mechanic in order to remove the front wheel bearings safely.
When you change rotor or main ball joint, or when they get worn.
front hub removal dispatch
the front wheel bearings are a sealed unit, requiring a front hub assembly. when i bought mine it was a dealer item only