Replacement of the front driver's side wheel bearing on a 2001 Dodge Neon. This video Covers the following areas:
Removing the Caliper and Rotor
Removal of the Knuckle Assembly
Pressing out the Hub and Bearing from the knuckle assembly using an Hydraulic Press
The use of a Bearing Splitter
BMW E36 3 Series Front Wheel Hub Bearing Replacement
Removal and installation of the front wheel bearings also known as wheel
hubs on a 1995 BMW E36 325i. This procedure is simular to all BMW's
produced from 1991 through 2006 E36 E46 Z3 318 330 323 325 models.
Moped Crank Bearing Removal
Just showing how you can use the bearing splitter sold by harbor freight to
replace bearings on your moped crankshaft.
As you can see the Puch e50 crank I was using was rusted as all hell so it
doesn't get much worse then that and I haven't had any difficulty.
Wheel Bearing Replacement with Basic Hand Tools
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LeSabre with basic hand tools. Please note, this vehicle has the bearing
built into the hub. Some vehicles may have a taper rolling bearing (usually
older vehicles have this setup) or some vehicles may need the bearing to be
pressed out of the hub. In this case, the hub & bearing is all one unit.
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automotive parts and/or systems carries risk of personal injury. Always
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How to Change a Wheel Bearing (long and detailed version)
This video shows how to change a pressed bearing in a Ford, specifically a
95 Ford Windstar, but this method will be similar for all pressed bearing
vehicles. The main steps are to take off the spindle nut, tire, brake
caliper, and rotor. Then remove the bolts from the lower control arm ball
joint, tie rod, and strut. Remove the steering knuckle, then press out the
bearing and hub/spindle. Then press in your new bearing and hub/spindle.
This job is a little more complex but can still be easily done by any
amateur mechanic. You will save $400-800 depending on your vehicle. Pleas
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How To Replace a Front Wheel Drive Axle - EricTheCarGuy
If you start to notice your FWD vehicle clicking when you make a tight
turn, you might have an issue with the outer CV joint. If you make a right
turn, it's usually the left side that's bad and vice versa. Most axles are
easy to replace and the one depicted in this video is fairly typical of
what you run into. The main differences come in with how the lower ball
joint is attached. I think this part will give you the most trouble. I
often get asked about what to torque the axle nut to. To be hones, I don't
know. I've only ever run them down with my impact. I've never had an issue
doing it that way and I don't think you would either. Just be sure to stake
the nut or install the cotter pin and retaining clip if it has one. If
you'd like more information on how to deal with suspension noises, check
out this article I wrote on the topic.
Video on CV boot replacement: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-S-ofMoWsr0
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wheel bearing rear hub assembly 2000 to 2005 Neon
In this video i go over how i remove and replace the rear hub assembly on a
2000 Plymouth neon, this bearing is the same from 2000 to 2005 Plymouth /
this vehicle has drum brakes, the process is slightly different with disk
when it comes to removing the caliper and rotor however the hub is the same
hope it helps
How to change disc brakes in 10 minutes on a 2002 Dodge Neon R/T. 8-8-12 Far Reach FR
This is how I change the brakes on my Dodge Neon R/T. Nothing fancy, just
a quick swap.
1. loosen lug nuts
2. jack up car
3. remove tire
4. pry pads apart (compress piston) through inspection slot
5. remove 10 mm bolts holding caliper
6. remove caliper and remove old pads
7. put in new pads
8. check that bushings still slide back and forth well
9. bolt caliper back on
10. bolt wheel back on
11. lower from jack and tighten wheel again
12. PRESS THE BRAKE PEDAL several times ALL THE WAY. BEFORE YOU EVEN TRY TO
MOVE THE CAR!. you will need to do this or the first time you move you
wont be able to stop. once you do decide to move, only move a couple feet
then try/check the brakes again. CHECK that you can stop before you get
your car to ANY speed. slow first is good after any brake check.
Disclaimer: Brakes are serious. They are seriously important. My video,
comments or anything else does not remove your sole responsibility for your
own actions. In short I am not responsible for anything bad that happens
from you watching my videos and giving something a try.
That said, changing brakes correctly is not hard, and I hope you have a
1995 Honda Accord Rotor and Wheel Bearing Replacement (Trapped Rotor)
Shows how a trapped rotor fits together on a 1995 Honda Accord. You'll
need a press to replace the brake rotor and wheel bearing on your 5th
Generation 1994-1997 Honda Accord. Shows how the hub, wheel bearing and
brake rotor fit on the knuckle.
Do this repair yourself and save a ton of money. Instead of buying a
press, I got a membership at ClubWorkshop.com (Denver Colorado) where they
have a 50-ton press. A 50-ton press is probably overkill, I've heard a
20-ton press (or smaller?) will do the trick. Be very careful using the
press, the extreme pressure can cause objects to shoot out as projectiles.
I'm sorry I don't have video of using the press, but you can find other
videos that show you how to use a press.