Question about 2000 Ford Ranger SuperCab
Would like to know if this is a problem that needs to be done at a professional shop or if it can be fixed in my own garage ?
You can do this at home, but you will need to remove the transmission to gain access to the rear main seal. The seals in the newer engines are a one piece seal, and the only way to replace them is to remove the tranny and the flywheel or flex plate to gain access to the retaining cover to the seal. A lot of work. But, if you can do it yourself you will save yourself lots of money. Labor to perform this repair will be high as it requires more time to assemble and disassemble than to actually replace the seal itself.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
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