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I have replaced the front crankshaft oil seal three times in a row and still have oil leaking from there. I can't figure out why. I inserted the seal with a tool I made.

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Housing is out of position,gasket for housing ,not actually leaking out of seal ,most likely is end of crank shaft worn with a groove.sorry new seal if you cant get seal out without damaging it.try for another seal but from motor factor with two lips ???if not then use araldite to hold seal in place and dont knock it right home try for about halfway.and dont forget to grease shaft before fitting seal

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