the brake rotors should slide right off after you take the caliper off.there should only be two bolts inthe back of the caliper. take those out and the caliper will pull off .then the rotor should come off.
Remove the big center bolt that holds the harmonic balancer in place. If you have a complete hub puller assembly, it should screw into threaded holes. You'll need to work something out to protect the crankshaft threads when you tighten down the puller, just be aware that you don't want to destroy the crankshaft by messing up the threads. Tighten the puller and it should remove the harmonic balancer for you.
After removing the right front tire and fender liner, you remove the serpentine belt. You then remove the crank bolt and use a puller to remove the pulley.After removing the right front tire and fender liner, you remove the serpentine belt. You then remove the crank bolt and use a puller to remove the pulley.
If it is stuck on the spindle, then you must destroy it to get it off by prying it off and use a cutting wheel to split the race and cold chisel to remove the final piece. Be very careful not to damage the spindle or hub when removing stuck bearings or races. You could try using a 2, 3, or 4-jaw puller to remove stuck wheel bearings, or if they're stuck in the hub take the hub to a machine shop for removal. Chances are, if the bearings are so stuck that a machine shop has to remove them, you'll need new races installed at the machine shop anyways. If you mean that the hub assembly is stuck to the steering knuckle after removing all of the bolts (usually 4), just tap the hub assembly on the sides with a hammer and it should break free. Then you need to use a puller to pull the assembly off of the driveaxle.
Many wheels and pulleys are very tight on the shaft and must be removed using a "puller". There are several types, some use jaws or clamps, others use bolts. The ones that use bolts come in different configurations with one of the configurations being "three bolt".What that means is that the puller is attached to the pulley or wheel using three bolts, then a center bolt is used to push the puller and wheel/pulley assembly off the shaft. Many wheels and pulleys are very tight on the shaft and must be removed using a "puller". There are several types, some use jaws or clamps, others use bolts. The ones that use bolts come in different configurations with one of the configurations being "three bolt".What that means is that the puller is attached to the pulley or wheel using three bolts, then a center bolt is used to push the puller and wheel/pulley assembly off the shaft.
Detach the negative battery terminal and disable the airbag system if you have it. Remove the steering wheel. To do that remove the clip and the large nut and then use a steering wheel puller. (You will need to buy or rent a steering wheel puller They can be found at most auto parts stores) Remove the turn signal switch assembly. Place the lock cylinder in the run position. Remove the turn signal switch housing screws. If you have tilt steering column you will need to remove the pivit pins on the sides of the tilt housing. (you will need a pivit pin puller which can be found at an auto parts store). Pull the buzzer switch out (make sure you note how this is correctly replaced. If done wrong the buzzer will stay on....it is a little plastic piece with two wires). Turn the lock cylinder to Accessory. Remove the lock cylinder screw which is by the buzzer switch you just removed. Remove the lock cylinder.
# Disconnect the negative battery cable. # Remove the pad assembly by either removing the screws or prying the pad off. Disconnect the bayonet-type connector at the horn wire by pushing in and turning counterclockwise. # Push the locking lever counterclockwise until the full release position is obtained. # Scribe a mark on the plate assembly where the two attaching screws attach the plate assembly to the locking lever. Remove the two screws. # Unscrew the plate assembly and remove. # Remove the steering wheel nut retainer and nut. Using a puller, remove the wheel.
EJ48315: 1. Remove the four screws out of the back of the steering wheel and pull off the front cover / airbag assembly. 2. After removing the nut / washer / sleeve use a steering wheel puller to remove the hub. 3. Remove the turn signal assembly, should be 2 screws this will expose the ignition. 4. Remove the screw that goes through the backside of the ignition and the ignition should come right out.
Well, if its anything like the one in my 1994 f150 then you just need to remove the steering wheel and its right there.. You will need to remove the airbag assembly and use a wheel puller to remove the steering wheel. I would also remove the negative bat cable before doing this as you will be messing with the airbag assembly. Dont use a hammer to try and remove the wheel, rent a puller.
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