remove wheelremove cv shaft nutremove brake caliper and rotorremove bolts retaining bearing to spindleknock hub bearing out of spindle with big hammerreverse order to install new hub bearing
Buy the repair manual (Haynes, CHilton, FOrd Factory). Remove the wheel. Remove the caliper. Remove the disc retaining screw. Pull off the disc.
under dash on driver side just in front of door .
You must remove the spindle a get to the bearing .The bearing is pressed into the spindle,this is not an easy task, removing the spindle involves disconnecting or removing brakes,tie rod ,lower ball joint,ect
On my 95 aspire the fuel pump went out and I had to take out the back seat and the fuel tank is there along with the fuel pump.
remove the four bolts at the front and the rear
I'm not for sure if it's the same as a 96 aspire, but in the 96 all you have to do unscrew the screws that are located on the outer edge of the panel. Then remove the cover on the mirrior inside the car.
First, Take off the front tire. then remove the brake caliper, remove the brake disc, undo the bolts connecting the strut to the lower control arm, undo the bolts under the hood and remove. use spring compressors to get new one on and do the rest in reverse order.
why is the fuel pump located on the ford 1995 aspire
remove front door panel 1995 Nissan maxima
where can I find the relay for the hvac blower on a 1995 ford aspire andy
You have to buy the wheel bearing assembly.
I think you have to remove the driver's side front tire and the battery is up in front of that. Believe it or not!
On a 1995 Ford Aspire : If you stand at the front of the vehicle and look in the engine compartment the automatic transaxle fluid dipstick is in the area to the LEFT of your battery ( according to a drawing I was looking at of the engine compartment of a 1996 Ford Aspire )
to remove front rotors you need to remove wheel. then remove 4x4 locking hub.remove brake caliper. next you need a special socket to fit the axle nut.remove this and the outer bearing.then slide rotor off axle making sure not to drop inner bearing.
should take about 2 hours if you are mechanically inclined
The spindle is what the front wheel is mounted on. It is the shaft that the wheel bearing slides up on.
Wheel bearing maybe?
175 ft lbs
Remove wheel Remove brake caliper and support so flexible brake line is not stressed Remove dust cover in center of wheel Remove cotter pin Remove slotted lock Remove bolt Remove rotor with bearings outer bearing will fall out Remove grease seal from real of hub - inner bearing can be removed at this point You can bring unit to auto part/machine shop to remove and install new races Bearing and races sold as sets and should both be replaced with new grease seals Re-install --Be careful not to overtighten bearing lock nut, will cause premature bearing wear The 1995 Lincoln town car has a special lock-nut. The nut must be discarded after it is removed. There is a special tool for removal and installation. This rule also applies to other year Lincoln front wheel drive vehicles. They are not the conventional nut and cotterpin setup. Ford has a better IIIIIdea!!!! UNCLE FRANK
the aspire only featured power steering in the automatic transmission.