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4-237. STEERING KNUCKLE AND ARM REPLACEMENT. (Continued)
c. Remove the gasket (7) and compression spring
d. Remove the lower bearing cap and king pin (8)
by removing the bolts (9) and washers (10).
e. Remove the upper king pin bushing (11) by
pulling it out through the steering knuckle (12).
f. Remove the steering knuckle (12) from the axle
g. Remove the seal (13).
h. Remove the upper king pin (14) from the axle
yoke by using a large breaker bar and the king
pin installer and applying 500-600 ft-lbs (677-
813 N.m) of torque to break the king pin free.
i. Remove the retainer (15), race (16), bearing
(17) and the seal (18) from the axle yoke by
punching all the components out at once.
Discard the old seal (18) and
a. Install a new retainer (15) and the race (16) by
using the front pinion bearing installer.
b. Fill the area in the retainer (15) and race with an
approved high temperature bearing lubricant
(Appendix D, Item 15).