How to Remove an Axle from a 1999 Ford F-150?

Answer The 1999 Ford F-150 1/2–ton pickup is fitted with either an 8.8- or 9.75-inch rear axle. These semi-floating rear axles use C-clips inside the differential to retain the axles. Sealed bearings at... Read More »

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How to Replace a 1999 Ford Escort Front Axle Bearing?

The 1999 Ford Escort uses a sealed front axle bearing that is machine pressed into the front steering knuckle on each side. These bearings are not serviceable like older style tapered roller bearin... Read More »

How to Replace the Rear Axle Wheel Bearings in a 1999 Ford Expedition?

The 1999 Ford Expedition is built on an F150 platform. The Expedition uses a 9.75-inch rear axle. The axles are retained with C-clips at the end of the axle shaft, inside the differential carrier. ... Read More »

Rear Axle Fluid Type & Capacity for a 1999 Ford Ranger?

Ford introduced its first American-built compact pickup, the Ranger, in the 1982 model year. The 1999 Ranger came standard with a 119-horsepower, 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine and rear-wheel drive... Read More »

How to Remove the Rear Axle Oil Seal on a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee?

If you plan to remove the oil seal in the rear axle housing of your Jeep Grand Cherokee, it helps to have a seal puller. Rental pullers are available at many auto parts stores and will help prevent... Read More »