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qazer5

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About qazer5

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  • Ford Model
    focus
  • Ford Year
    2006
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Perthshire
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    0 to 5000
  1. I did fronts and rears on a mk6 about a month ago, the fronts had no circlip so didn't bother adding one. Also as above, the ford workshop manual has no mention of a circlip.
  2. You could try and remove the clip, but hitting the flange to push the bearing back may just end up in pushing the inner race of the bearing out and buggering a new bearing.
  3. A pic from elsewhere on the forum showing that the circlip isnt used :
  4. iirc the fiesta doesn't use a circlip for the wheel bearing. The Mk1 Focus and Mk6 Fiesta use the same wheel bearing kit, but the circlip is only needed for the focus.
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