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Oil leak from crank shaft seal by harmonic balancer on 2006 gpt6

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Remove balancer and replace crank seal

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Oil leak around harmonic balancer


probably the crank seal that the balancer runs against to keep the oil in the motor. you will have to pull the balancer off then pry the seal out and tap the new one into the timing cover. take a look to make sure as it could be the oil pan gasket. clean area and run car until you see oil coming out.

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How do you replace front crank seal on 02 avalanche


The front crank seal is behind the oil pump on the LS series motors. There is also a seal at the crankshaft and harmonic balancer on the front timing cover. This is typical leak area. You can carefully remove the harmonic balancer with a puller, replace the timing cover seal and reinstall. Make sure not to pinch the seal lip You will have to have a special tool in order to re-install the balancer, which is extra long to squeeze it on the tapered shaft. I do not think the other crank seal is an issue since it drains to the pan behind the oil pump.

Dec 29, 2014 | 2002 Chevrolet Avalanche

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Oil leaking from front of motor


most probably from the front crank shaft seal behind the harmonic balancer or pulley. Check sump gasket in this area as well

Jan 02, 2014 | Volvo S60 Cars & Trucks

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Harmonic balancer leaking oil


You have to remove the balancer again, to
replace the crank shaft seal

Mar 08, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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R & r info. on front seal and crankshaft seal. Car is leaking lots of oil up to two quarts per day


Front crank shaft oil seal is located behind the crank shaft pulley (A.K.A. the harmonic balancer). If you look from under the car at the bottom pulley on the engine. It will be very wet and oily. This is not an easy job to replace the seal for the inexperienced.

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Oil leak from crank shaft seal by harmonic balancer.


might be a front main seal... pretty easy or most likely it's a leak at front of oil pan

Mar 09, 2009 | 2006 Pontiac G6

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Oil leaking from what looks like the harmonic balancer bearing


You need to pull the harmonic balancer and replace the seal... if i remember right it's a one peice press fit seal

Robert

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Harmonic balancer rubbing on the timing chain cover


The rubber in the balancer has broken down and the inner and outer pieces shift and rub on the cover. You need a new balancer.

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