take the axle bolts off and slide the axle out and ur gonna need a special socket to get the nut off the bearings it has four prongs if you get that take off outer bearing and the whole drum and hub will just pull off with a little effort to get at the rear brakes you need to pull the wheel off and slide the drum off, there is no need to take the hubs off, once inside the drum you will see a cable coming in this is the e brake cable. note relieving the brake pressure will make things a lot easier, but you must make sure the truck cannot move while it is up on jack stands. stay safe
i just recently did this and its not easy lol. you have to completely remove the spindle from the car and press the wheel bearing out along with the hub assembly.
remove ceter cap on steering wheel to gain access to large nut romve nut then use a steering wheel puller assembly pull steerinr wheel off the shaft
Remove the tire and wheel from your 1989 Toyota Corolla. Remove the end of the axle. Remove the axle seal. Remove the wheel bearing. Reverse the process to install your new wheel bearing.
how do you remove the turn signal assembly on a 1989 Pontiac Bonneville
The buzzer that lets you know the key is in the ignition in a 1989 Chevy Blazer is in the steering column. To access it you would need to remove the steering wheel with a special tool, or remove the ignition assembly. The key makes contact with a tab that activates the buzzer.
remove the screws holding the ring around the light then remove the light.
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The front wheel is removed by unscrewing the nut from the wheel bolt. The bolt can then be slid out. Take note of the spacer location and orientation between the fork and the side that had the nut (opposite side of brake assembly) for proper placement during installation. The wheel can then be removed from the forks. The brake assembly should just slide out of the wheel center, if it does not loosen the brake cable adjustment nut in the center of the wheel to release pressure from brakes. To remove the rear wheel you must first remove the exhaust pipe. There are two small bolts under the bike where the pipe connects to the engine. There is one more larger bolt directly below the air filter. once the exhaust is out of the way you remove the cotter pin from the castle nut on the right side of the bike, then remove the castle nut. The brake assembly on the rear wheel stays attached to the bike and the wheel slides off of it. Loosening of the brake cable adjustment nut may be required. Sometimes a few light whacks with your fist on the left side of the wheel may also be required if your brake pads have worn a groove in your wheel.
You must remove the wheel bearings, inspect them, repack them with grease, and install them back in the vehicle.
Basically on most models you disconnect the battery, remove the horn button assembly, steering wheel, and turn signal assembly to expose the ignition switch and retaining screw. Remove the switch and install your new one and put everything back together again. This takes a couple of tools like a steering wheel puller and a steering wheel spring compression tool. Another Model require you to drop the steering column fron the dash but you don't have to remove the steering wheel. A Chevy book from your local library would be a good way to start this job. See if it has ignition switch replacement section and if so check it out for a few days.It's about an hour job if you are prepared
First thing you take the horn assembly apart, usally two screws holding the face on from the rear of the wheel, then gently take the horn assembly, it's springs, wires, ect., take note how these things came apart, remove the large bolt holding the wheel on, get yourself what's called a "crows foot" wheel puller, rent it at any auto zone, use that to pull the wheel off, under that you'll run into the turn signal assembly, take that out with ease also, might be a circle clip holding the notched washer above a large spring that gives tension to the tilt wheel, if your car has one, if not skip this, you should see the ign lock assembly, there's small bolt or sometimes a pin the holds the lock in place, remove that and it'll slide right out, reverse to replace. jr
Toyota rotor removalonce you remove hub assembly and bearings, inside the rotor the hub should be bolted to the rotor, six bolts. then separate hub/rotor.
The Money Wheel - 1989 was released on: USA: 17 April 1989
you need to remove the entire steering knuckle and have a machine shop press out the hub and bearing for you.
Begin by removing the wiring harness from the back of your 1989 Silverado headlight assembly. Remove the low beam headlight assembly retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new low beam headlight.
Wheel of Fortune - 1989 VG was released on: USA: September 1989
You have to remove the steering wheel ,lockplate, turn signal assembly and you will get to four bolts that are loose. Go to your local auto patrs store and tell them you need the special tool (lockplate removal tool and steering wheel puller)for GM steering colums.
you dont, if you want to disconnect it then remove your front drive shaft.
Take the drum off and take a picture. Use one wheel as a guide to repair the other.
Campaign for a Scottish Assembly ended in 1989.
Great National Assembly ended in 1989.
If it is like a 1989 saab 9000, you remove the front passenger wheel, remove all the plastic from the wheel well, and the alternator should be rite there. You can also get to it by removing the manifold, which allows much easier access to the alternator, but then you need a new manifold gasket.
fully retract the brake adjuster and strike the outer side of the drum with a BIG hammerNew Answer HeadlineFor earlier models, e.g. 1989 station wagon (estate), the answer is to have the handbrake off, jack up rear wheel, remove wheel, pry off cap from wheel nut (using a flat screwdriver), remove wheel nut (remove locking pin, nut), and slide off the whole drum and the wheel bearing. No hammering is needed at all.
To remove the tail light assembly on a 1987 to 1989 Chevy Celebrity: On the inside of the trunk next to the quarter panel look for the nuts that hold the rear header to the body. Remove the middle nut, which will be in the center of the tail light assembly. the assembly will then pull outward. When the stud clears then pull to the outside of the car to release the tab from the back up light assembly. If you remove a nut but the tail light assembly did not budge then you probably removed the wrong nut. I like to replace the original nut with a wing nut. That makes future removal easier.
It depends on what's wrong with the steering wheel. I don't know if your Pickup has air bags, but if it does, don't even attempt to fix it yourself. Take it to someone who is trained in handling airbags. They can be dangerous and expensive if handled improperly! First, disconnect the horn, otherwise you'll be listening to a lot of honking while you do this. If you just want to remove the steering wheel, remove the horn assembly, depending on the type of steering wheel, it will either pull straight out or you may need to get behind and remove some screws. Once the horn button is removed, pull the large center nut in the middle of the horn. Then rent, borrow or buy a steering wheel puller and pull the steering wheel off the spline.