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Losing Oil How to remove and refit leaking front seale mitsubishi triton diesel

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    what front seal is leaking.

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Depends what seal we are talking about, some maybe retained by a circlip, nearly allways though, they can be dug out using a blunt lever, to replace, use a socket or similar sized object as the seal you are replacing and tap back into place. dont replace brake seals, waste of time, replace cylinder as well

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