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How do you replace an axle bearing on a 1994 Aspire?


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2015-07-15 20:00:15
2015-07-15 20:00:15

I wouldn't recommend any one doing this at home unless you have the specialized slide hammer, knuckle hub puller, press with dies and a torch set up. I am in the process and it is taking a long time and costing a couple hundred. Pick up the phone and call for estimates. Otherwise buy the ford manual and get the right tools. You need to remove the entire steering knuckle, steering rod ends, strut, ball joint, brakes, ... etc. At least that is for the front bearings.


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