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4-237. STEERING KNUCKLE AND ARM REPLACEMENT. (Continued)
c. Grease the bearing (17) by using a cone-type
grease packer that forces grease into the
If a cone-type grease packer is not
between the rollers, cones and
d. Install the bearing (17) and new seal (18) using
the king pin bearing seal installer.
Do not distort the seal when
installing. It will protrude slightly
from the surface of the axle yoke
flange when fully seated.
e. Install the upper king pin (14) by using the king
f. Torque the king pin (14) to 500 ft-lbs (745 N.m).
g. Install the steering knuckle (12) and bushing
(11) by inserting the felt seal (13) to the king pin
k. Torque the nuts alternatively and evenly to 80
(14) through the steering knuckle, placing the
ft-lbs (108 N.m).
knuckle onto the king pin (14) and inserting the
l. Install the spindle (paragraph 4-236)
bushing (11) over the king pin (14).
m. Install the wheel hub/rotor assembly (paragraph
h. Install the bearing cap and king pin (8) to the
steering knuckle (12) with four bolts (9) and
n. Adjust the wheel bearings.
o. Install the locking hub (paragraph 4-253).
i. Torque the bolts (9) alternatively and evenly to
p. Install the wheel and tire assembly (paragraph
80 ft-lbs (108 N.m).
j. Install the steering arm (4) to the steering
q. Torque the wheel stud nuts to 140 ft-lbs (190
knuckle (12) with the compression spring (6),
gasket (7) and nuts (5).
r. Check the front end alignment.
s. Lower the vehicle to the ground.