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1985 jeep cherokee rear wheel bearings

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Question From zieman on 1985 jeep cherokee rear wheel bearings

i have a 1985 jeep cherokee 2.5L rear bearings need replaced does the axle and hub pull out in one piece or do i need a special tool to get the hub off

Response From Sidom Top Rated Answer

That style of bearing should be pressed on to the axle and removed as an assembly. You unbolt the 4 bolts off retaining plate & slide hammer the axle out. If you don't have a slide hammer just put the drum on backwards start 3 lug on the studs just far enough so you won't hurt the threads & use the drum as a slide hammer.....

The later models used C clips on the end of the axles to hold them in but you would be able to tell by no retain plate on the axle bolting it to the housing thru the brk backing plate...... If it does have C clips, you would need to take the diff cover off & remove it that way.....

1997 Jeep U-Joint replacing

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Question From Guest on 1997 Jeep U-Joint replacing

1997
Jeep
Cherokee Country 4x4
4.0 Litre Six
205000

Hello. Shop told me this: Axle Shaft Inner Universal Joint replace - right and left $32.49x2. Labour: 6 hours. (Canadian funds)

Wheel bearing - hub type $166..76. Labour 1 hour.

Does the labour time seem reasonable? Thank you.

Response From Hammer Time

The labor is a bit outrageous......

The flat rate for both sides is only 3.3 hours

Universal Joint Replace Front Axle U-Joint Type

One Side B 2.0
Both Sides B 3.3






Wheel Hub Replace Front Hub & Bearing One Side B 0.9

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Hammer; Hey, it's cold up there. They work slower.

Response From Hammer Time

95 degrees and 95% humidity tends to slow you down too.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

OMG! That wouldn't slow me down, it'd kill me. Rather have the cold. LOL.

Response From Guest Top Rated Answer

Thanks for the responses. I emailed another garage and asked them about labour costs. He replied:

"Does the vehicle have universal joints or constant velocity joints. If it has u-joints there should only be outers (by the wheels)"

The original shop report says "axle shaft inner universal joint replace - Right & Left"

So now I don't know if I have U or CV joints!

Response From Hammer Time

If you have C/V joints, the he wouldn't even be changing joints, he would just exchange the axle with a reman and the labor would be even cheaper.
Look under the truck, if it has a solid tube axle like the rear one, then they are u-joints.

Response From Guest

Thanks. Another shop says they are outer double cardan joint (universal joints) and estimates 2-4 for the pair.

Response From Hammer Time

That's more like it.

Response From Guest

I took it to another shop that has a very good reputation. They recommended replacing both U-Joints and wheel bearings. 4 hours for the joints - 2 for the bearings. After I said it was a bit much for me right now, they said that the right U-Joint was critical. The rest of the stuff was not. So they replaced that - 2 hours labour.

The Jeep steers fine and there is no noise or clanking. I guess there's a difference between what needs replacing and what "desperately" needs replacing. It was nice that they gave me that option.

Thanks for all the replies.

Response From Hammer Time

Yes, that was the best way for the shop to handle it.

Could lug nuts come loose with vibration form a loose axle or form axle oil leaking?

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Question From moonchildonmars on Could lug nuts come loose with vibration form a loose axle or form axle oil leaking?

I had 4 tires replaced on my 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo with 197499.0 miles
On Christmas Eve driving for MI to NY my tire started to sound funny I thought I had a flat tire. Drive off the freeway and looked at the tires everything look Ok.
Drove a little ways down the Rd the tire still sounds funny. Look a 2nd time to discover that the front left tire was sitting at a 45-degree angle with 3 lug nut missing. Had the car towed to a service center. When I was there the service guy showed me that my axle was loose in the differential and I didn’t have a front drive shaft. To my understanding this make the jeep 2-wheel drive car vs. a 4x4. And has no affect on the lug nut coming loose. With is what I was also told by the service guy. He also told me the reason the tire was sitting at a 45 degree angle was because the lug nuts where not tighten right. At this time I got the jeep fixed 5 new blots 5 new lug nut but they didn’t have a new rim in stock. He also inspected all parts involved with the tire including the bearings.
I had them put the bad rim on the back and when on my way.

When I came back to MI. I took the jeep back to the first place that put on my tires to have them replace the damage Rim.
They told me that the tire came off because of the vibration of the loose axle.
(There was no damage on the tire that the 2 service center put on the front in replace of the damage rim that is now sitting on the back of the car).
After a day they returned the car to my husband with a post on the invoice “ Unsafe to drive, L/F axle has been cut with saw, front axle drive shaft “ + “axle seals leaking, front axle missing parts” also adding “important! Lug nuts must be re – Torque after 25 miles customer acknowledgement” they didn’t tell him it was UNSAFE to drive or any thing listed above. But they paid for the new rim.
With brings me to way I need help. I trying to get back the cost of the tow, the bolts, the lug nuts, and Labor.
Could lug nuts come loose with vibration form a loose axle or form axle oil leaking?
Is there any other thing that could cause lug nuts to come off?




Thanks

Moonchild and Mars

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

I'm confused. Is your Jeep 4X4 or 2X4? If it's 4X4, what happened to the front driveshaft? It's normal for the front axle (assuming it's 4X4) to move in and out of the front differential a bit. With independent front suspension, it has to be able to. Left front axle has been cut with a saw? What's up with that? As Tom stated, if the lug nuts were tightened properly, this shouldn't have happened. If the front driveshaft was missing, the front axles would be 'free wheeling' and be of no consequence. The axle seals leaking would have nothing to do with it, either. To quote Tom: I'm not there, I can't see what they are seeing. But, sounds to me that you are having the wool pulled over your eyes.

Response From moonchildonmars

Tom .. the studs and lugs have been replaced. No hub replacement
Loren .. it is a 4x4. with out a front driveshaft. so now it’s a rear wheel drive jeep.
I don’t know what happened to the driveshaft it’s not on the car
I just got the car for a $1. (the guy thought the jeep had a cracked block it was just the radiator.)
I also don't know why it was cut with a saw.

The axle is moving 1 inch up and down. And is missing CV boot as far as I can see.

the 1st place would not tell me what parts are missing on the axle when I went back today to have the lug nut re Torque.
And yes I think there trying something funny too





thanks

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Not trying to beat a dead horse, but I'm still concerned about that front axle. You said it is moving up and down about an inch? That would suggest to me that either a very bad wheel bearing, very bad u-joint at either end, or the axle was actually 'sawed' in two? None of those scenarios are good. Even though it's now a 2X4 that front axle has to be there, so, have a reputable shop check it out and give you the truth.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer


"Tom .. the studs and lugs have been replaced. No hub replacement"

I know - what was on my mind was that there is/was a rule of thumb that if more than two were called for you tossed the hub as the integrity of the unit could be questionable. The splined pressed in stud style isn't really meant to replace them even though the parts are available. The holes they are pressed into aren't really designed for multiple replacements. Probably safe with the higher risk being that they could spin and not allow the nut to remove,

T

Response From Tom Greenleaf

IMO - lug nuts won't loosen from vibrations if properly tightened to begin with. There ARE torque specs for lug nuts and suggestions by some vehicle makers to recheck that torque after they have been driven or sometimes even periodically.

LEFT side lug nuts if loose will continue to loosen vs RIGHT side ones tend not to in equal conditions.

It's also in question whether 5 of 5 studs and lugs should be replaced or the hub repaced.

More: Corrosion between wheel and hub can leave a false sense of the nuts being tight! That needs to be known ok first when wheel is off for any reason,

T

2004 Jeep Liberty 3.7

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Question From jromano624 on 2004 Jeep Liberty 3.7

I have a 2004 Jeep Liberty 3.7 with approx 138K miles. The vehicle has a new battery and the alternator was recently checked by my local autoparts store.

The jeep will not start unless it is jumped or you remove the battery cable and reinstall it. Turn the key and no noise, no clicking...nothing. Electrical components come on but does not start. I've checked the battery terminals and termination to the chasis to ensure the ground is tight. My next move is the starter and celenoid. Am I on the right path?

Response From Discretesignals

Did you actually clean the battery terminals with a terminal cleaning tool or wire brush. I've seen terminals that looked good, but where corroded enough to create a large voltage drop. Do you have a volt meter and know how to use it? Does this have an aftermarket alarm system?


Response From jromano624

There was no corrosion on the terminals however, I did remove them, clean them and reinstalled. My next move was to remove the starter and take it to the local autopart store but I could not turn the front drive shaft to remove the bolts. I just cannot afford to take it to a shop and spend hundreds on it. No aftermarket alarm system. Thanks for your reply.

Response From Discretesignals

Before you remove the starter get hold of a volt meter and do some voltage checks first. I've seen starters that get removed from vehicles work when they are tested, but won't work on the vehicle just because they were banged around. Doing some voltage measurements may save you from having to remove the starter or going on a wild goose chase trying to isolate the problem.

Another simple test you can do before breaking out the volt meter is to have someone hold the key in the start position while you tap on the starter motor housing. If the starter operates after you tap on it, starter needs changing. Don't smack it too hard or you can damage the magnets inside. If tapping on the starter doesn't work, do some measurements.

Read this post:
http://autoforums.carjunky.com/...search_engine#178831


edit: one step I didn't add to that was to check for battery voltage on the solenoid terminal where the small wire is connected while having the key in the start position. If there is no power on the small wire at the solenoid terminal with the ignition in the start position, let us know.

Response From jromano624

Great tip about tapping on the starter. When the key is turned and you tap on the starter, it starts. Now that I know it truely is the starter, my next item is to get the front drive shaft to turn. When I attempt to turn it by hand it moves about an eighth of a turn and stops. Any suggestions?

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

The front axle doesn't have a central disconnect or locking hubs to disconnect the front CV axles from the wheels. That means the front driveshaft spins while the vehicle is in motion no matter what mode you have the transfer case in. You won't be able to turn the front drive shaft by hand unless you have the front wheels off the ground.

Response From jromano624

Thank you, problem solved!