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2005 cr-v front crankshaft oil seal replacement

Instructions on how to replace the front crankshaft oil seal

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Not a simple job unless you have proper tools. You'll need a gear puller to remove the pully and a compressiondevice to install the seal and retaining ring. Try a auto junk yard for a used pump. It'll be cheaper and a simple bolt on job.

Posted on Feb 22, 2010

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SOURCE: how to replace Honda front Crankshaft Seal

Have to take off the crankshaft pulley to get at the Crankshaft Seal.

Use a hooked seal remover to dig in and pull the seal out without damaging sealing surfaces.

Posted on Jul 21, 2010

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SOURCE: 1989 honda accord oil leeak cam/crankshaft

Camshaft seal must be replaced when the engine is cold. Take off valve cover and then the upper timing cover and take off the camshaft sprocket and the timing belt will come off too. Use a small screw driver to pull the old seal off and then force in the new one. Then pull back the sprocket and timing belt. If the engine is hot, the timing belt will not go back on the sprocket until the engine is totally cool down overnight. Or if you want, you can set the camshaft to TDC and take off the rocker arm assembly, take off the seal and put the new one on and reinstalled the bolts to the rocker arm assembly and then do the valve adjustment. From Sometime mechanic.

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