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I have a 2002 Saturn SL Series and this part doesn't fit in my car when the site says exact fit. For my car the back needs a full assembly and the front uses a different part.
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Showed on website for being the replacement part for front wheel bearing on my Ford f150 4x4 with abs. This is not the replacement part the bearing is the wrong style and size.
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Q:how to remove and install rear axle
A:The instructions you need to follow for installing and removing the rear axle wheel bearings are: Jack the car up so that the rear wheels are off the ground, Grip the rear tires at 6 and 12 o'clock, and push them in, Remove the transmission tray, engine tray and the plastic cover from the suspension wishbone, Remove the rear wheels, Ensure that the parking brakes are set and that the car is in Park(A manual transmission should be in gear), Remove the axle nut, Take the brake pads off of the caliper and unbolt the caliper(Be careful not to strain the brake line), Release the parking brake, Loosen the screws which mount the rotor and remove it, Jack up the suspension housing so that the axle is parallel to the ground, Center a 2- or 3-arm puller on the axle shaft and remove the hub, Remove the bearing race from the hub, Remove the heater supply tube, Unbolt the CV joint, Remove the axle, Remove the bolts from the housing surrounding the 2 bearing race retainers, Crank down on the threaded shaft of the bearing removal tool to extract the bearing, Apply high-temp grease lightly to the new bearing, Convert the wheel bearing removal tool to the replacement mode and install the bearing, Reinstall the bearing race retainers by replacing the bolts in the housing, Use the wheel bearing removal and replacement tool to reinsert the hub into the bearing, assuring that it is fully seated, Reinstall the axle assuring that you don't push the hub back out of the bearing, Reinsert the bolts which hold the CV joint to the transmission, Reinstall the rotor, Reset the parking brake, Replace the axle nut, Replace the brake caliper, Replace the brake shoes, Reconnect the heater supply tube, Replace the wheel, Replace the transmission cover, suspension cover and engine tray, Remove the jack stands and lower the car. For any further assistance please feel free to call us at: 1-877-238-2623 or visit the nearest Advance Auto Parts store and one of our Parts Pros will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.
Q:how do i replace this bearing
A:For assisting you further on the National Ball Bearing - part# 208, please provide the year, make, model and engine size of the vehicle. You may also call us at: 1-877-238-2623 or visit the nearest Advance Auto Parts store and one of our Parts Pros will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.
Q:1994 Ford Taurus SHO 3.2L ATX needs a replacement bearing for lower idler pulley (6 groove) on serpentine belt.Your website directed me to a National Ball Bearing part #208.Can you verify that this bearing is the correct replacement for the original part,prior to dismantling the idler pulley, ordering your bearing,then matching up dimensions.(Note:bearing dimensions appear rather large for this item)Thank you. Walter G.
A:Sorry, this National Ball Bearing - part# 208 is a wheel bearing. Right now we are unable to locate the exact bearing for the idler pulley for the 1994 Ford Taurus. However, if you could please visit your nearest Advance Auto store or call us directly at 1-877-ADVANCE (238-2623) one of our representatives there would be more than happy to assist you.
Q:Does this go inside old wheel bearing housing instead of replacinf whole hub?????
A:Yes, This part National Ball Bearing, part number 208 manufactured by National can be used to replace the old worn bearings, the specification of the part are: Inside diameter: 0.7874"; Width: 0.551"; Outside diameter: 1.8504IN.
Q:are these the front bearings
A:This is an output shaft for a manual transmission.
Q:Do these bearings have to be pressed in