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Landini Powerfarm 95 workshop manual.?

An oil seal went on the dif. So I need a manual to fix the problem

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SOURCE: pos rear dif making noise when off the gas or going slow

Probably pinion bearing getting worn

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Does replacing oil seal require removing oil pan on 2004 Honda civic ex 1.7L VTEC automatic?

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