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1991 mazda mvp

Is the crank shaft seal behind the bottom timing belt gear

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Yes, the front pully is the belt drive and that must come off to get to seal. The radiator has to come out to take the pully off. The pully should come off easily once retaining bolt is removed. It can only go back on one way. Goood luck

Posted on May 20, 2009

  • Ricky Gittins
    Ricky Gittins Nov 26, 2010

    why would you remove the radiator ? the pully is on the right side of the van, there is no reason to remove the radiator.

  • Ned C Cook
    Ned C Cook Nov 26, 2010

    You would be best judge of what needs removed to get the room to work.. I apologize, I vaguely recall the problem/objective. Please refresh me .Can you identify what that pulley is driving? Power steering-alternater, water pump, belt tensioner, belt idler? If it's on the right side of the engine, I doubt it's the crank pully. Let me know, Removing the wrong one would be irritating. Good Luck. I'll be here.

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