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i have a 2003 f 250 with about 52,261 orig miles and for some reason the carrier bearing is squealing what can i do to get rid of the noise?
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is there a grease fitting on it ?
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replace the carrier bearing (heres your sign!)



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replace the carrier bearing (heres your sign!)




Now what you do is remove the rear driveshaft. Get a new bearing and go to a machine shop. The old bearing needs to be pressed off and the new one needs to be pressed on. Then install the driveshaft.

On a side note since you have the driveshaft out I suggest you replace the u-joints at this time too. They cost around 12 dollars. The ones from Ford do not have grease fittings and are getting wore out as well. Might as well do it all since you have it tore apart.


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thnx guys!!!
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