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.
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.
Remove the top radiator hose. The thermostat is located under the hose inlet on the engine. Remove the inlet to replace the thermostat.
Autozone worked very well for me on my 91' Aerostar 3.0 .
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
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.
How do you remove the rotors on a 1992 ford aerostar?"
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.
remove wheels.remove brake calipers, remove 4x4 locking hub.with special socket remove axle locking nut. brake rotor will the slide off enabling you to change bearings
If you are talking about the crankshaft rod bearings, you can just remove the oil pan, and replace each crank bearing one at a time without actually removing the pistons. But to replace the piston pin rod bearings the pistons will have to be removed. IMO, if any of these bearings are worn bad enough to need replacing, then the engine needs a complete overhaul.
No, you need a press to remove and install the bearing.
are you talking about the front or back? the back bearings are a non serviceable part, the in order to change the bearings u need to change the hub, the front bearings can be separated, but chances are if you have to change your hub, bearings will have to be changed also, you will damage the bearings trying to remove them and put them back in, so my answer is yes. get the parts yourself from ecstuning.com and you will save alot of money over dealer or most shops.
Can figure out how to remove rear rotor assembly to replace wheel bearing assembly on a Maxima 2004 Nissan
Remove u-joint clip (CV Joint), remove as an assembly, press bearing out.
If you can get the oil pan off, you can get replace the bearings. Basically, remove the pan and start removing the rod caps (one at a time!!!) once you get it off, you can replace the lower bearing half easy enough. to replace the upper, you will need to slowly rotate the crankshaft at the pulley bolt.as it spins with the cap off, the upper bearing will become loose allowing you to remove it and install new. There is a lot more to it than just replacing the bearings. There is a good chance the rods will be out of round. If they are, you WILL end up spinning one of your new bearings.
The front wheel bearings, of a Pontiac vibe, can be replaced by first removing the front wheel. Next, remove the axle end cap. Remove the bearing and reverse the process to install the new bearing.
by chiltons, jack up car, remove wheel/tires, remove dust cap, remove brakes and caliper, remove hub assembly nut, careful with the screws, they STRIP REAL EASY, get ready to pay an arm and a leg for bearings unless you can wait and order them online. you will need no inner seal on each rotor. remove rotor, remove seal, remove bearings, remove race from hub assembly, you must remove the race, otherwise your new wheel bearings will not last very long, replace race, reverse the process. several hours. have a book, and a car to run to autozone when you need help. by chiltons, jack up car, remove wheel/tires, remove dust cap, remove brakes and caliper, remove hub assembly nut, careful with the screws, they STRIP REAL EASY, get ready to pay an arm and a leg for bearings unless you can wait and order them online. you will need no inner seal on each rotor. remove rotor, remove seal, remove bearings, remove race from hub assembly, you must remove the race, otherwise your new wheel bearings will not last very long, replace race, reverse the process. several hours. have a book, and a car to run to autozone when you need help.
To change rear wheel bearings on an Evo VI, jack up the car and remove the transmission tray. Also remove the engine tray and plastic cover of the suspension wishbone. Remove the rear wheels and the axle nut. Take the brake pads off and loosen the screws of the rotor. Remove the hub and the rear wheel bearings. Replace.?æ
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.
Jack up the Concord. Remove the wheel. Unbolt the brake caliper and swing it out of the way. Remove the dust cover for the axle nut. Remove the nut and slide the hub off. Replace the bearings and reinstall.
The front bearings are pressed into the hub. Take the axles out of the hub and remove the steering knuckle/hub assembly. Take them to a machine shop and have the bearings pressed out and back in again. The rear bearings you just take off the grease cap. Unstake the keeper washer and take the nut off. Then you can pull the outer bearings out. then replace the nut on the spindle and pull out again which will take the inner bearing out along with the seal.