How to Tighten the Front Bearings of a 2002 Ford Explorer?

Answer Many new vehicles have sealed wheel bearings. This means the bearing is permanently housed inside the races and cannot be adjusted or repaired, only replaced. The two-wheel-drive 2002 Ford Explorer... Read More »

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How to Tighten Front Wheel Bearings on a 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier?

The Chevrolet Cavalier was introduced in 1983. The 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier was equipped with a 2.2-liter engine in the base model, with the option of a 2.4-liter engine upgrade. The wheel bearings ... Read More »

How to Replace the Front Wheel Bearings for a 97 Ford Explorer?

The front wheel bearings on the 1997 Ford Explorer allow the wheels to spin freely with little resistance. The wheel bearings use grease for lubrication and over time the wheel grease breaks down. ... Read More »

How to Remove the Front Hub Nut From a 2002 Ford Explorer?

When you need to replace a front bearing, brake calipers or drums on a 2002 Ford Explorer, you need to remove the hub nuts first. Hub nuts get corroded with grit and grime from roads which means yo... Read More »

How to Remove Rear Bearings from a 2002 Explorer?

The rear wheel bearings on your 2002 Ford Explorer provide support for both your rear wheels and axle. Unfortunately, your rear wheel bearings are susceptible to wear and tear and need to be change... Read More »