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Honda accord lxi 89 front seal

Can some answer do i need any special tools to changed the front crankshaft seal, its leaking a lot drips from the front, or were else could the oil be comming from any other place .already changed the valve cover gasket ...............thanks for the help its appreciated.......

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Yes, You can rent these tools from Some Larger Auto Supply Chain Stores. I would get it Washed and DeGreased First and make sure that the Leak is Coming from this Point before I tore into it Though. After it is Cleaned up really well, You will be able to Locate the Leak a Lot Easier. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!

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