Question: Front Wheel Bearing Assembly Diagram For 1995 Ford F150

I Had The Inner And Outer Front Wheel Bearing Replaced. Why Does The Wheel Slightly Wobble Now

Both the inner and outer bearing are pressed in, the inner to the spindle/knuckle, and the outer to the hub. After my mechanic used a press to push together the hub, spindle, bearing assembly,and reconnected assembly to the car, he had a hard time putting the caliper back on. He did not yet perform the final torquing down of the bearing with the center nut before reinstalling the caliper. Since the rotor sits in front of the hub, was there too ...

1995 Ford F150 FWD Front Spindle And Axle Assembly

Need a picture or illustrated parts breakdown for a 1995 Ford F150 FWD front spindle and axle assembly? I am not sure how much force to use in disassembly of the rusted spindle and if I knew for sure what disassembly was required for each part being removed as I try to get to the knuckle it will help me prevent damaging anything. Need a picture or illustrated parts breakdown for a 1995 Ford F150 FWD front spindle and axle assembly? ...

I Just Changed The Right Wheel Bearing & Hub On My 93 Saturn Sl2, Now The Steering Is Messed Up

I had to adjust the outer tie rod end in order to try to keep the wheels relatively aligned, it kinda looks like I may have over adjusted it, but not by much (the wheel is at an angle maybe 1 cm off from where it should be). I didn't think this would be enough to effect it, but the steering worked just fine before I did this. Now when turning left, the resistance is normal, when turning right, ...

I Need Step By Step Instructions On Changing A Wheel Bearing Hub Assembly On A 01 Explorer Sport 4wd

I need to know is the hub assembly all i need or do i need an axle bearing or some kinda seal kit too. what tools do i need (socket size, special seal pullers or special stuff). this is the fourth bearing on the front passenger side so this time im doin it myself. i know for a fact the dealer's been using an impact gun instead of torquing. what is the torque i need. please ...

Ford F150 96 Driveshaft Carrier Bearing Removal From The Shaft

2 piece drive shaft, 3 u-joints and a slip yoke, to pull the carrier bearing assembly off the shaft ... I removed the support bracket, cut off the rubber cushion, but how does the non-rotating part w a flange (bearing shield?) come off the shaft? Is it threaded? Pressed on? should I use a puller to remove it? ...

Steering Wheel Problem

A 93 ford f150 has a steering wheel problem when we turn it does not come back to center smoothly is this due to a bearing or bushing that has worn out the whee3l is lose and when we turn it it feels like it will lock up on us when we turn it back to center where caqn i find a diagram of steering wheel components fo r i have inspected evthing else and all is good except the wheel ...

1995 Ford F150 5 Speed Shifter

I have a 1995 Ford F150 2 wheel drive with a 5 spd manual. A few weeks ago I was having problems getting it to go into any gear. The clutch probably has 60K on it or so. After 160K miles the shifter is getting pretty loose and I suspect the shifter forks are wearing out. But could it be the shifter itself? Also, the clutch is growling a little when I let it out and ...

How Do I Remove The Front Passenger Drive Axle On A 91 Ford Explorer 4wd

I am currently an auto tech student and one of the best in my class but I have only been wrenchin for bout four months now and I took a side job this weekend fixin my neighbors ball joints And apparently I bit off more than I can chew. I have never seen this kind of Hub and axle set up before with all these C clips and what looks like the brake rotor/wheel bearing is a single unit. Please just ...

Procedure For Replaceing A 1997 Taurus Front Axle

It snapped off yesterday (Passenger side) i already bought a new one, i cant find a diagram of the wheel assembly or the steps to do it ...

Wheel Bearing Assembly On 93 Plymouth Sundance

I have a 93 plymouth sundance and i think my sealed wheel hub on my left front tire is bad (it sounds like its screaming after a couple miles of driving). and i just want to take the assembly out as easily as possible and change it out for a new one and was wondering once i loosen the mounting bolts of the hub just slides off the axle? or do i have to take off more stuff than 1st thought? ...