Question about Mitsubishi Mirage
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
now theres carfax but if u go online and check for recall notices or service teck bulletins these tell u if and what problems exist with a vehicle but that doesent always mean that previous owner ever took care of the problem
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
This may not be the "official" way to do this but I've always put white lube on the crank journal where the seal rides. I also put a dab of black rtv sealant on the ends of the seal (small amount only) If you don't put lube on the seal it can overheat and burn before lube from the engine gets to it. Silicone dab will join the two deal halves to prevent any seepage there. Don't permit silicone to dry before assembly.
Been doing it this way for years and never had a leak.
I never replace the seal without removing the crankshaft either...Most replacements done that way are at best a 50/50 bet at working.
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
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