It is hard if u don't know how or where to start,u will need the rite tools for the job.The rite tools make it real easy!!! The bearings r pressed on,u will need a 10 ton press,...gears , well they have to be set up so they won't howl or grind while,the rite shims need to be used.If ur good at turning wrenches it will take about 4 hrs,butif u have no clue what u r doing ,well good luck.U might try to find a ASE cert. tech.to service ur rearend.
Just remove pan and change bearings.
Autozone worked very well for me on my 91' Aerostar 3.0 .
Remove the top radiator hose. The thermostat is located under the hose inlet on the engine. Remove the inlet to replace the thermostat.
To replace the rearend gear on the Polaris 325 You have to jack it up and remove the eight bolts that holds the rear end cover on. After you remove it you simply have to pull the old gear out and install the new one.
Your question is very vague...is it how to remove bearings or how the replace bearings or how to size new bearings on an old worn shaft???? And what bearings??? There are several hundred bearings on a car...one kind of bearing on fishing reel...for or five bearings on a bicycle
How do you remove the rotors on a 1992 ford aerostar?"
For safety reasons remove the positive cable from the 1998 Ford Aerostar battery. Remove the cables from the front of the starter. Remove the starter retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new starter.
You have to remove the diff cover, then replace with new gasket and refill thru plug.
they are replaced as hub assemblies, remove the wheel, remove the caliper and rotor three bolts for the hub, axle nut, abs harness if the car has it, and remove the hub assy
Remove the tire and wheel from your 1996 Toyota Tercel. Remove the end of the axle. Remove the wheel bearing seal. Remove the wheel bearing nut. Remove the wheel bearing. Reverse the process to install your new wheel bearings.
Remove the battery cables. Remove the battery tiedown. Remove the battery from the Aerostar. Reinstall in reverse order.
No, you need a press to remove and install the bearing.