Thanks Jamey. =)
Ok, so you were referring to installing the bearing, not packing it.
Thanks for the clarification.
That's your post I quoted...
...shouldn't you already know?
Granted, this thread reads kinds funny. I think there are posts here...
Junk in the tank can cause that via fuel starvation.
Back in the 80's I had a '65 GMC with the big V-6. Rust in the tank would flake off and get...
"Mhoward, I repacked mine without a socket..."
Pack a wheel bearing with a socket?
That's a new one on me!
I've always used a bearing packer or...
You put the pulley on backwards. Pull it off and flip it around, everything will be fine.
...KIDDING! Just kidding!...
...looks like maybe some info is in order? If you don't know what month/year your truck was built, look at the sticker on the door jamb.
...then this movie quote is for YOU...
Anyone who owns a '98, congrats, our truck turns 20 this year!
I partied with my truck in January.
What month was your '98 Ranger built?
...and remember, "lefty loosey, righty tighty"...unless, of course, its left handed thread. ;)
You mean a nut? I've never heard of a PS pump with the pulley held on by a bolt.
Anyway, whichever, can you get a rattle gun down there? That +...
Isn't that pulley pressed on?
You'll need a pulley puller, plain and simple.
DO NOT APPLY HEAT.
If you're using a puller and its being stubborn,...
So it sounds like its been serviced and the dealer has already looked at it.
Sounds like he just need to down shift a gear or maybe two, when he...
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