Hello, I just did this on my 1994 Aerostar EB AWD. The front wheel bearings are part of the wheel hub assembly. The bearing is not replaceable by itself. Jack it up, remove the wheel, remove the axle nut, remove the 3 13mm 12pt. bolts on the inner side of the hub assembly (spray with penetrant and hope for the best), tap the hub with a hammer and remove. New hub assembly can be had for @$100.00 at local auto parts store.
Remove the tire and wheel from your 1997 Chevy Astro. Remove the axle end. Remove the wheel bearing nut. Remove the wheel bearing and the wheel seal. Reverse the process to install the new front wheel bearing.
Remove the fifth wheel
The Ford Aerostar front hub bolt should be torqued at 120 pounds of pressure. The hub bolt should not be over tightened as it can ruin the wheel seal.
yes , because the seal is behind the torque converter
AWD = All Wheel Drive FWD = Front Wheel Drive
I am assuming by rotor bearing you mean a wheel bearing, to see if a wheel bearing is bad there are two was to do this, first is to move the wheel in a up and down motion (with your hands) and see if there is any play, the other way (if it is the front wheel bearings this will only worth with an awd or fwd vehicle) you can lift the car and put it in drive and listen for any noise coming from the bearing itself, you may need a pair of electronic ears or a stethoscope to do this, if there is a grinding or rumbling noise at all, you have yourself a bad wheel bearing
a AWD Hybrid is a 4 wheel drive Hybrid
( No ) the 1997 Ford Explorer uses automatic transmissions that are ELECTRONICALLY controlled , where the 1992 model year is not ( P.S. I'm not a mechanic / technician )
Chances are is a corroded wire in the wheel speed sensor wires or your front wheel bearing which is a common problem for the rendezvous
If it's anything like my 01 montero 4x4, its not fun. you have to remove the wheel bearing, and repack it. takes time and patience. your better off taking it to a garage for this one.
attached to the transmission on the bellhousing.
Removal of the water pump on a 1995 Ford Aerostar V6 3.0 non AWD begins by removing the drive belts and accessories. The water pump can then be unbolted and pulled from the engine.
If the transfer case selector has a 2wd postion, yes. If it is AWD, no.
All Wheel Drive
AWD is All Wheel Drive. Like Four wheel drive but it is always engaded. VSC i dont know what it is
AnswerFor the First Generation Murano there are 2 AWD lights, one that says AWD and one that says AWD LOCK. if the AWD Light is on, Then you have a Problem in the AWD System, if the AWD LOCK light is on, then your AWD is stuck on on, or you just have to turn it off.
Some are 4wd, some 2wd, and some are awd.Some are 4wd, some 2wd, and some are awd.
When a car is advertised as AWD it means it is all wheel drive. AWD systems are basically a full time 4-wheel-drive system. This means all four wheels receive torque from the engine simultaneously.
I was looking at the ( 2004 ) Lincoln Aviator Owner Guide and it shows that both rear wheel drive and All Wheel Drive ( AWD ) versions were made
AWD stands for All Wheel Drive which is a system in many vehicles in which there is both front and rear wheel drive. Unlike with 4x4, all wheel drive can not be selceted but instead is constant in all weather conditions.
All Wheel Drive
My personal CR-V is a two wheel drive version. There are versions that are built as All Wheel Drives (AWD), but there are no "true" 4-wheel drive CR-V's. You cannot manually place your AWD into 4WD. AWD is designed so that it only operates when the on-board-computer senses wheel slippage from the front drive wheels and then automatically engages the rear wheels. When it no longer senses slippage the AWD feature is deactivated.
Sure AWD is a great feature for a new driver to have especially in MN. Because with AWD the driver doesn't have to decide whether or not the conditions are bad enough to put the vehicle in four wheel drive. Because the AWD system puts itself into four wheel when it senses it needs to be, this happens instantly, then takes itself out when it feels it safe to. Another thing AWD is good to have is there are times when you would never put your car in four wheel but wish you could for help staring from a stop or going around cruves on the highway when its raining out. I live in MN and I've driven front wheel, 4x4, and AWD and the best by far is the AWD. Another way to go might be a front wheel drive car with traction control. Traction conrol kind of acts like a AWD.
Awd is all wheel drive. Atv usually stands for all terrain vehicle.
Sounds very much like bearing. If you jack it up and while holding wheel at 12 and 6 o'clock , try moving . On mine I had felt slight play and I was able to have it replaced under the drive line warranty .