Having problems with your 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee ?

I have a 95 ford contour, needs a new right front cv joint. im gunna do it myself, i have my Haynes and some of the parts, while some are being ordered. im just curious how much time i should put aside and what else i might need aside from the wheel bering and the joint. do i need greese for my parts(the joint and the bering) or can i just put it together without worrying. just some final tips will help me finish what i wanna start (: thanks -Sarah

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 19-11-2018

Answers :

Hi Sarah!
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\015\012Yepp, you need grease since the parts comming clean.
\015\012About the time, sometite the parts are stucked bad and it take time and it need heat to release them and that take a lot of time, sometime its smooth to take it apart, and those times its easy to put in the new parts, that take less time. I would say..if it smooth to take it down....about 2-3 hours, and if its stucked...1-2 hours more.
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\015\012Good luck
\015\012Nic
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