|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|08-03-2019 08:54 PM|
|Andrew G||ABS only turns on the light when it detects a problem. Once the problem went away, the light goes out. There's still a history code set in the module, but it won't affect anything, and will go away on its own.|
|08-03-2019 08:24 PM|
Finished the truck today- turned out great and took it for a small trip. The popping sound when turned hard, backing up, is gone! Don’t know if it was the old u-joints or hub bearing.
I rebuilt the Auto/Lock hubs and the 4wd is working as it should.
The new brakes are great. I’m a little confused though- the ABS light was still on when I first started the truck (as before) but while driving around my property, engaging and disengaging the 4wd it reset itself and the light went off. We drove 30 miles and the light never came back on.
I thought I had read somewhere that once the ABS light comes on it has to be reset with a scanner like the autoenginuity? Guess not because it took care of itself.
|08-02-2019 09:49 AM|
|Big Horn||I’ll take my beating now 😕. That was it—I won’t forget that ever again|
|08-02-2019 09:37 AM|
|Big Horn||Oh sh!t, did I put the plastic washer in the wrong spot! I just found this (picture)|
|08-02-2019 09:21 AM|
Attachment 127546Here’s some pictures-
•(top left) In Vice, I measured the step on the axle for the oil seal- puts it right at the radius which is where it is
•(top right) BFH
•(middle left) Hub sat on top of axle & seal - groove showing
•(middle right) Plastic washer and a round thrust washer , hex washer and groove
•bottom left) Add last thrust washer- lines up with groove - no room for snap ring
|08-02-2019 08:13 AM|
Help! Can’t get the 3 thrust washers & snap ring in groove
New front hubs. I bought the installing tool to drive the oil seal all the way on and it has a machined flange that sets the axle in the knuckle at an exact depth.
I torqued the hub nuts (4) on the back side of the knuckle to 133 lb/ft
On both sides (Left & Right) when I install the plastic washers (4 grooves) thrust washer, hex washer, and thrust washer there is no room to get the snap ring into the groove.
The outer most thrust washer actually lines up perfectly with the groove.
I put the porta power between the axle tube and u-joint and tried pushing axle out slightly while applying force to other side with a pry bar.
I can not gain anymore clearance for the snap ring.
Snap ring will go in perfectly if I leave one thrust washer off.
As a note when I disassembled the Right side it didn’t have all 3 in place—was missing one of the round thrust washers.
Do I need to pull the hubs back off— move axles out slightly—put hubs on loosely— Install thrust washers and snap ring— and then torque the hub nuts(4) to pull it in to correct depth?
I’ve got a lot of force trying to push the axles outward and just seems there is absolutely no give.
I’m kind of at a loss right now what to do— and I’m going to have to order another thrust washer for the original missing part on right side.
Thanks for your help, Big Horn