So my bearings shit the bed on the front left side and I could use some help on how to replace the assembly. I am still pretty new to DIY stuff I have done breaks etc but unfortunately I do not have my Haynes manual right now and I always go by that.
It comes as an assembly so I am assuming everything is packed in, nothing needs to be pressed? Just take the wheel, caliper and bracket, unplug abs
sensors. take the spindle nut off, pull the rotor then take off the 3 knuckle bolts and it pulls off?? then reverse? Do I need to grease the bearing inside or anything??
I have a 2001 ford ranger v6 4.0 sohc
4x4 (front and rear ABS
sensors) and just bought this http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/web...wheel+assembly
If anyone could give me a guide or tell me some steps on how to do this I would really appreciate it. Also if possible torque specs on the bolts.