There can possibly be no major problem with changing a throw-out bearing, as long as you do your homework first. Probably the most difficult of the whole project will be removing the transmission. All you need to do is make sure you have enough room underneath the truck to bring the transmission out. Take your time undoing all the bolts and remember to support the transmission while doing so. Once the trannys out its pretty straight forward from there to remove the throw-out bearing, just follow your service manual. To install, just reverse the removal steps.
remove the gearbox. the throwout bearing will be on the input shaft . remove the clip and put a new one on . no special tools needed just a few sockets and spanners
how do you change rear wheel bearing in 1994 Plymouth acclaim
A lot. The Acura Legend has one of the most expensive replacement costs for a clutch I've ever seen. Suppliers that carry the pats are few and far between, and the parts alone range from $350-$950 for the clutch & $400-$700 for the flywheel (depending on 5 or 6 speed design). The throwout bearing is about $150 as well. Then factor in about $350-1000 for labor, depending on who you know and how good they are at what they do. Personal advice: if you have a 6-speed and need the clutch / flywheel / throwout bearing replaced, use a 5-speed instead. The flywheel is lighter for better fuel economy, and clutch feel is better. It's also cheaper, too.
Problems cause by a defective fuel pump in a 1994 Toyota Camry includes stalling, failure to start, and intermittent running. Replacing the fuel pump requires the gas tank to be removed.
The Hanger bearing has to be pressed off and then back on
need diagram for replacing timing belt
Replacing airbags is recommended to be done by a professional to ensure its capabilities. To avoid further problems with the airbag, it is better to get it checked out by a specialized mechanic.
Front or rear?
AnswerFront or rear?front
its a good idea yes..
Try replacing brake pads.
Disconnect the battery, which you should do anyway when replacing an ignition. There will then be no danger of it inflating.
Just get a new hub from a junkyard.
take old out put new in
It is extremely important. A defecting hub assembly or wheel bearing can cause you to have an accident.
Try replacing the distributor
Dealer serviceable item.
It sounds like you have more probalem than wheel bearing. TAke it to a front end shop
184 ft lbs
They stopped making Sunbirds in 1994, you have a Sunfire
I would suspect fuel delivery problems. Start with replacing the fuel filter. If it still has trouble have a fuel pressure test done to test the fuel pump and fuel pressure regulator.
if the bearing is noisy or the pump is leaking replace the pump.It is a job to replace but if you wanat to get a manual on your car from DISCOUNTAUTOREPAIRMANUALS.COM