1993 Nissan Pulsar



May, 4, 2009 AT 12:16 AM

Drive Train Axles Bearings problem
1993 Nissan Pulsar 4 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic

I have an old n14 Nissan Pulsar 93 model.

It died about a year ago and has been sitting in the yard for a while now.

I know that the knocking sound it had when I stopped driving it (To stop further damage) means its the bottom bearing.

I have been told that if it wasnt too bad that you could slip the old bearings out and new ones in.

What would the process be for me to try this myself. (I dont care if I end up killing it more, Its just a project for me)

Also what would be the process to remove the bearing itself and replace? (I know its a hell of a lot more work but like I said, Its a project and a learning curve).


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