Hello again, thank you for your reply..
Im not sure of your level of expertise but its not a bad job this if you have a fair mechanical knowledge and a good set of tools -
You need to have the van up on stands and secure..having first loosened the wheel nuts of the side you are working . Too - ensure you have slackened the centre hub / drive shaft nut first - before lifting the van!
Then - remove the wheel - and remove the brake caliper by undoing the two large retaining bolts from behind the caliper - secure the caliper out of the way. Do not detach the fluid lines at all - just take the caliper off and secure it so that its not hanging on its pipe.
Then remove the front disc.... A puller is sometimes needed to do this though they will usualy come off with judicious persuasion with a hammer...
Prise out the seal that is in the rear of the hub.
Then you have access the bearings which on these can be removed and then the "races" where the inner and outer bearings run - can be knocked out with a drift / chisel.
Replace them by direct reversal of removal - ensuring that the races sit square on the ledge inside the hub... Fully grease up the new bearings before fitting,. fit a new seal - just use a flat bar and hammer to fit that -square.. and then refit the hub and other parts referred to earlier in reverse of removal - tighten the centre hub nut to a torque of 250nm... then rotate the wheel fully 5 times - then tighten the nut further to 500nm... re rotate the wheel - make sure all is ok. Ford say you should use a new nut too.
One other tip is to pump the brake pedal when all is refitted - before driving the van - as the pedal will go down ..until the pads have come back up to the disc again. And thats the job done.
Im very pleased to have helped you - Let me know if I can help anymore...
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