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Rear main seal

Im looking to cahange it. i need to no how. can u help me

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Rear main seals come two different ways, a one piece (requires removal of the transmission, and two piece (requires removal of the oil pan, I recommend that you get a Haynes or Chilton Manual, and follow the steps listed inside for replacement, they are too many to post here. You can also check your local library for a repair manual, they may have one you can check out or copy for free. Hope this helps, let me know

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